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Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 5 ending explained

*WARNING: Spoilers ahead for Camp Cretaceous season 5 and Jurassic World Dominion* Alongside the main Jurassic World films, Netflix’s animated Camp Cretaceous series has provided…

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*WARNING: Spoilers ahead for Camp Cretaceous season 5 and Jurassic World Dominion*

Alongside the main Jurassic World films, Netflix’s animated Camp Cretaceous series has provided viewers with plenty of dinosaur thrills since it began and has also connected some of the dots between the movies in the latest trilogy.

After fans were left with an agonising cliffhanger to end season 4, the series finally returned for its highly anticipated fifth and final season in July 2022 as it picks up the story of the lovable gang of misfits.

But the ending of Camp Cretaceous season 5 features lots of twists and turns of its own and needs to be explained.

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Camp Cretaceous season 5 plot preview

Season 5 of Camp Cretaceous roared its way onto Netflix on Thursday, July 21, 2022.

The new season picks up from the season 4 cliffhanger with the gang surrounded and captured by Mantah Corp’s BRAD robots and the company’s president, Daniel Kon – Kenji’s father.

Daniel is initially friendly towards the kids but it’s quickly revealed that he has ulterior motives and threatens friendly Mantah Corp scientist Mae, warning her that if she doesn’t help him, he’ll hurt the kids.

Using the control chips that Mantah Corp has been developing on the island, Daniel hopes to sell controllable dinosaurs to a host of investors. Most of the potential buyers pull out, except the corporation BioSyn, who agree to place an order for the control chips once they have been perfected.

The gang, who have grown sympathetic towards the dinosaurs despite almost being eaten on numerous occasions, are against the plan and begin working to stop Mr Kon.

However, after being given the chance to reunite with his father, Kenji turns his back on the group and love interest Brooklynn.   

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Camp Cretaceous season 5 ending explained

As the cruel nature of Daniel Kon’s plan becomes clear, Kenji starts to have doubts about his allegiance to his father.

In order to fulfil the order of control chips placed by BioSyn, Daniel brings a number of dinosaurs over to the island from Isla Nublar to experiment on, including the gang’s Ankylosaurus companion, Bumpy.

This proves to be a step too far for Kenji and he starts working against his father, locking down the ability to create more chips with a password.

Kenji eventually reunites with the gang on Mantah Corp’s island and after some initial hostility, they take him back when he apologises for betraying them.

While Kenji had been away, Yaz and Sammy admitted their feelings for one another and became a couple, which earns the approval of Ben, Darius and Brooklynn.

However, all is not well on the island as the facility’s power core is on the verge of overloading, which has been causing earthquakes and releasing poisonous gas into the air.

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But the gang uses this to their advantage and in the final confrontation, they stage a fake core overload by triggering the alarm and using knockout gas to replicate the poison which results in Daniel fleeing the island – although not before Kenji gave him the password to create more chips.

Despite Mr Kon getting away, the dinosaurs on Mantah Corp’s island are now safe and after being stranded since the fall of Jurassic World, the gang are finally rescued when Darius’s older brother, Brandon, as well as Roxie and Dave, arrive on the scene with some help from Mae.

Episode 12 ends with a time jump and the gang find themselves all over the world but still in contact as they connect regularly via video calls.

Kenji is now living with Darius and his brother, Yaz and Sammy are still together, Ben is back on the island with Mae and Bumpy, and Brooklynn has been investigating a dinosaur escape at the Lockwood Estate – referencing the events of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and how the dinosaurs found their way into the real world.

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Links to Jurassic World Dominion

As well as wrapping up the story of the Nublar Six, as they become known, season 5 of Camp Cretaceous also includes several links to Jurassic World Dominion, the final film in the Jurassic World trilogy.

These links are centred on the corporation BioSyn and their CEO, Lewis Dodgson.

In Camp Cretaceous, Dodgson and BioSyn place an order for Mantah Corp’s control chips which would later be used in Dominion to control the dinosaurs being kept at BioSyn’s sanctuary in the Dolomite mountains.

Not only are BioSyn featured in season 5, but Lewis Dodgson makes an appearance himself, arriving on Mantah Corp’s island in episode 6 to personally negotiate with Daniel Kon.

Dodgson also travels to Isla Nublar with Daniel and Kenji to oversee the experimentation of the control chips.

While on Isla Nublar, Dodgson discovers Dennis Nedry’s Barbasol can from the first Jurassic Park film, that he was going to use to smuggle dinosaur embryos off the island before he was killed by a Dilophosaurus.

The sequence even sees Dodgson being chased by several of the same dinosaurs.

Both the Barbasol can and the Dilophosaurus are links to Dominion as Dodgson is seen possessing the can in the film and is also killed by the venom-spitting dinosaurs in the movie’s finale.

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Season 5 of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous is available to stream now on Netflix after releasing on July 21, 2022.
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