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After the defeat of the original Kong in New York City, Dr. Lorna Jenkins used a sample of his DNA to clone a new Kong, which she raised alongside her grandson Jason Jenkins, until Ramone De La Porta broke into her lab to steal her research on the Primal Stones of the Elements and saw Kong. At that point, Kong was moved from North America to Kong Island, where his ancestor had been taken from years before. In the time of the original Kong's absence, he was thought dead by some, and dismissed as a legend by younger generations. People that encounter Kong for the first time usually mistake him for his ancestor, believing him to be still alive after his rampage in New York.
After being forced to move to Kong Island,
Through the use of Dr. Lorna Jenkin's Cyber-Link Computer, Kong can merge with Jason Jenkins to become a Cyber-Link Mutant with Kong's strength and Jason's strategizing ability. The form does come with certain risks. Kong can become part of Jason's body just as Jason can become part of his, and carrying Kong's consciousness inside of his own can prove very stressful and exhausting for Jason. Kong is often reluctant to Merge, as he greatly dislikes losing total control of his actions, and if he is not ready or totally willing to merge he may push Jason's will aside in favor of his own.
Should the rage in Jason and Kong's hearts be sufficient, Cyber-Kong will grow to twice his normal size, gain considerable strength and become Mega Kong. While Mega Kong can be an extreme help in battle, Neither Kong's nor Jason's consciousness controls it: It runs solely on rage and instinct, making Mega Kong highly unstable and liable to hurt his allies.
- Kong: The Animated Series (2000-2001)
- Kong: King of Atlantis (2005)
- Kong: Return to the Jungle (2007)
- Main article: King Kong/2000/Gallery.
Kong's Roars are provided by the voice actor Kirby McNeil.
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