This article is about the dungeon in Oracle of Ages. For the dungeon in Ocarina of Time, see Inside Jabu-Jabu's Belly.

"Thanks to you, our seawater is clean again, and Jabu-Jabu's health has returned. All is well. I never go back on my word. I dub you Zora Hero and permit you to enter Jabu-Jabu. You may go see Jabu-Jabu."
King Zora

Jabu-Jabu's Belly is the seventh dungeon in The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages. The dungeon is only accessible in the Present Age, as in the Past, Lord Jabu-Jabu is not yet big enough for Link to enter. Link can only enter after he has cleansed the ocean and received permission from King Zora. The dungeon inside his belly is different than in its appearance in Ocarina of Time; the composition is like that of a normal dungeon, and is strangely unlike the inside of a living being, though pores can be seen all over the walls, opening and closing constantly. There are also buttons that seemingly control his bodily functions, as they are used to fill or empty Lord Jabu-Jabu with water.








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