Much of Cha-Ka's time in the Land range from his attempt to undergo the rite of adulthood where he must steel Big Alice's egg but it hatches instead to facing a mysterious being who saw him worthy of advancing on a intellectual level, resulting with him gaining the ability to speak near perfect English, play an alto recorder-like wind-instrument, walk and run upright, and learn to make fire. After being separated from Ta and Sa after the earthquake, Cha-Ka moves in with the Marshalls at the temple.
Notes and TriviaEdit
- In the original series, at the beginning of Season 3 Cha-Ka became a permanent resident at the Marshalls' home.
- Cha-Ka's understanding of the English language improves considerably by Season 3 of the original series.