Terk, full name Terkina, is a female gorilla who lives in Deep Jungle. She appears in Kingdom Hearts. Terk is Tarzan's best friend, as well as cousin through his adopted mother, Kala. She is very mischievous and curious about Jane and Clayton's species and lifestyle, but at times has 'emotional constipations'.
 Kingdom Hearts
Terk has a minor role in the game. She lives in Deep Jungle. Terk is frightened upon coming face-to-face with Donald Duck. Terk drops a Gummi Block which is picked up by Donald. Terk later flees from the Heartless and runs into Jane. Terk helps save her from the Heartless. When Clayton imprisons Jane in the treetops, Terk is by her side. Terk is almost shot by Clayton while she is playing in the Tree House (Clayton defended himself by saying that he was aiming at a snake that slithered by).
Unlike in the film, the gorillas don't speak, and Terk's only spoken line is a shocked yell at Donald.
Terk is a young, female gorilla with dark hair, grey skin, and brown eyes. Other than her size, which is relatively small due to her age, Terk can be easily distinguished from other gorillas by the crest of hair that falls over the top of her head.
Terk is extremely protective of the young gorillas, acting as their leader. Unlike her brethren, however, she is more curious than afraid of humans or outsiders of any kind. Examples of this would be the soft spot she develops for Donald, as well as the fact that she helps to save Jane from the Heartless.
Terk originates in Disney's 1999 film, Tarzan. Terk has a great curiosity about humans, and is very accepting of Tarzan despite initially considering him a pest, becoming his best friend along with an elephant named Tantor. Despite the fact that their shenanigans often lead to trouble for themselves and others, she helps Tarzan on multiple occasions. She takes it as a personal offense when Tarzan decides to go back to London with Jane, later persuaded to help him during the final battle with Clayton and his thugs by Tantor, who has grown tired of the young gorilla's "emotional constipation."