The Jungle is the largest of many Silicon Valley homeless encampments, and the 65 acres bordering Coyote Creek in San Jose can be home to up to 175 people at a time.
It is the largest homeless encampment in the continental United States.
From kids to convicts to moms and dads and the mentally ill, The Jungle is a desperate mix of people out of whatever options they might have once had.
The jungles counts with around 175 residents that are unemployed masons and carpenters who have put their skills to use by making their homes more intricate and permanent.
Some of the U.S billionaires live within miles of ‘The Jungle”, including Google founder Lary Page.