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A Jungle World is not an official Imperial planetological classification, but is a term in common usage among Imperial citizens for those planets whose environments are a single, globe-spanning jungle across their entire surfaces. Since the term "Jungle World" is not an official Imperial classification of the Administratum but simply a label used to describe the planet's predominant environmental feature, most Jungle Worlds that have been settled by Mankind are officially classified as Death Worlds, as the environmental conditions or extant jungle biosphere are usually extremely hostile and inamicable to human life.

Notable Jungle WorldsEdit

Planet Name Segmentum Sector Sub-Sector System Population Notes
Catachan Ultima Segmentum Unknown Unknown Catachan System 12,000,000 One of the most infamous Death Worlds in the Imperium, Catachan is home to the renowned Catachan Jungle Fighters regiments of the Imperial Guard.
Jucha Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
Miral II Segmentum Tempestus Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Imperial Fists under Captain Darnath Lysander battle a tendril of Hive Fleet Leviathan on Miral II. Amid hellish jungles, the sons of Dorn hold their defensive line against all odds, grinding the xenos down over seven days of gruelling war.
Rhorsch Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown The Mortifactors and the Raven Guard Chapters conduct a joint-campaign on Rhorsch. Working in concert, they begin purging the world's floating temples of the blood-cults that have infested them. In response to this invasion, a vast tide of Daemons floods through the fire-jungles to surround the Space Marines. While the Mortifactors fight a selfless rearguard action, Shadow Captain Rykas leads his warriors into the Grand Temple to slay the High Bloodcaller and bring an end to the heresy for good.
Stalinvast Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Subjected to the predations of a Genestealer cult, the Inquisition subjected the planet to Exterminatus in order to purge the infestation, costing many lives, including Imperial forces.


  • Codex: Imperial Guard (5th Edition), pp. 27, 64
  • Codex: Imperial Guard (2nd Edition)
  • Codex: Space Marines (7th Edition) (Ebook), pp. 81-82
  • Warhammer 40,000: Chapter Approve - The Book of the Astronomican (2nd Edition)
  • Inquisitor (Novel) by Ian Watson
  • The Killing Ground (Novel) by Graham McNeill
  • Waiting Death (Short Story) by Steve Lyons

General Dead WorldDeath WorldDesert WorldIce WorldJungle WorldOcean World
Imperium Adeptus Astartes HomeworldAgri-WorldCardinal WorldCemetery WorldCivilised WorldFeral WorldFeudal WorldForbidden WorldForge WorldFortress WorldHive WorldIndustrial WorldKnight WorldMining WorldParadise WorldPenal WorldResearch StationShrine World
Chaos Daemon World
Xenos CraftworldCrone WorldExodite WorldMaiden WorldOrk WorldTau EmpireTomb WorldXenos World

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