In the first two seasons of Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous, six youngsters are given the opportunity to see the legendary Jurassic Park. However, a dinosaur apocalypse and a technical system breakdown stranded the youngsters on the island, cut off from the rest of the world. They thrive in the woods in order to survive and flee the island before being eaten.
Season 3 starts off where Season 2 left off, with the kids adjusting to life on Isla Nublar while also attempting to figure out how to get off the island… and if you’ve seen Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, you know they have to get out of there fast because that stupid volcano is ready to burst! While the third season doesn’t exactly catch us up to the events of Fallen Kingdom, it does closely overlap with the start of the final Jurassic film, featuring cameos from both human and dinosaur characters.
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Following an unsuccessful attempt that damaged their first raft, the party hunts for the supplies needed to build a second, more sturdy raft. The gang divides up as they travel to Lookout Point on the island, with Kenji, Yaz, Sammy, and Brooklynn taking a gondola up and Darius staying behind to examine a sombre Ben. Ben confesses that if they are rescued, he does not want to leave Bumpy on the island.
The gang realises that, despite the fact that the boat is damaged and nearly out of gas, it can still be sailed and refuelled on the other side of the island. The group throws a dock party once they arrive. The boat’s hull gets punctured at night, and they search for supplies to mend the hole.
The gang proceeds to a penthouse on the island owned by Kenji’s father in search of supplies to repair the hole in the boat. Following an attack by many Monolophosauruses, Kenji, Brooklynn, and Darius descend an elevator shaft, while Sammy, Yaz, and Ben flee through the vents and down into the basement level garage.
The group divides off after learning that the sealant takes 48 hours to dry; Kenji, Yaz, and Darius search for a “Compy” who stole their compass, while Sammy and Brooklynn look into the significance of “E750.” Kenji, Yaz, and Darius are ambushed by “Blue” while tracking the “Compy” to the abandoned Jurassic Park visitor’s centre (the Velociraptor from Jurassic World). Blue is pinned under a truck after a chase, and the trio decides to rescue her while also befriending her.
Kenji sends Darius off alone to study a group of Gallimimus for his journal, but Darius discovers that they are being pursued by the Scorpios rex after a violent stampede of dinosaurs. Yaz and Kenji look for Ben after he goes missing and locate him feeding Bumpy while Sammy and Brooklynn are still out investigating. The campers regroup and prepare to flee the island as quickly as possible, worried that the Scorpios rex will find them. However, due to a strong thunderstorm, their plans are put on pause.
Yaz heads to the “E750” chamber in search of an antidote after Brooklynn reveals the quills are deadly, while Ben and Darius decide to produce a big explosion to distract the Scorpios rex. Yaz tries to evade the Scorpios rex after discovering the antidote, but she breaks her ankle after jumping across a creek, allowing the creature to catch up to her.
Darius is entrusted with finding Ben by dawn or the others would abandon them on the island when Ben leaves the group again to get Bumpy. Following their discovery of Ben, the pair seeks out Bumpy and prepares to return to the boat. Ben, on the other hand, discloses his personal decision to remain on the island and spars with Darius.
Ben and Darius hide in the limo while the two Scorpios rexes battle. The rest of the party heads back to the island to look for them. They reassemble and determine that they must halt both Scorpios rexes in order to preserve the remaining dinosaurs, so they travel to the Jurassic Park visitor’s centre, where they find a tranquillizer pistol that Darius had discovered earlier. Darius fires the rifle but misses as both Scorpios rexes strike again.
When the party returns to the dock, they discover the helicopters are transporting armed mercenaries, and they quickly know the helicopters are not there to save them. Soon later, a T. rex attacks one of the helicopters, which takes off with Ben, Kenji, and Sammy aboard. Ben, Kenji, and Sammy get away after the chopper crashes. Meanwhile, the T. rex pursues Darius, Yaz, and Brooklynn, but when they reach Main Street, another party of mercenaries arrives to collect a sample from the Indominus rex’s bones.
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous is one of the few streaming shows that does not keep viewers waiting for seasons indefinitely. The DreamWorks-animated Netflix series has an apparently limitless backlog of seasons that continue to air in violation of both God and man.