The Krocodile Kore is a huge temple-like palace inside a volcano of the same name at the heart of the Lost World hidden deep within the Crocodile Isle, and it is one of the many known locations in the Donkey Kong universe. It is the site of the final battle of both Diddy and Dixie Kong against Kaptain K. Rool (King K. Rool's pirate alter-ego).
Located within a volcano shaped like a Kremling's head, the Krocodile Kore is an odd shrine-like palace filled with bones, treasures, old Kremling artifacts, such as ancient Kremling statues and weaponry. Also, at the heart of the Krocodile Kore, lies a large geyser inside the stone altar-like structure shaped like a staircase fountain which pumps out a strange supernatural energy to power the Crocodile Isle, releasing wave after wave of pink and blue energy into the air, meaning the Krocodile Kore serves as the island's power source.
In Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, the Krocodile Kore, along with the entire Crocodile Isle, collapsed when Kaptain K. Rool is launched into Krocodile Kore's energy geyser, blocking it. With Kaptain K. Rool blocking the geyser's only release point, pressure in it steadily increased, until it simply exploded, blowing up the top portion of Crocodile Isle and causing the rest to sink into the ocean.The Krocodile Kore also appears in Donkey Kong Land 2, however it resembles a regular volcano due to the videogame's system limitations. Kaptain K. Rool, who is back for revenge, resurfaces Crocodile Isle and repopulates it as well. When the 2 young Kongs, Diddy and Dixie, face K. Rool again in thr Krocodile Kore, it looks much more volcanic (probably due to the fact that it exploded in Donkey Kong Country 2) and doesn't have an energy geyser. After defeating K. Rool, the Krocodile Kore, along with the rest of Crocodile Isle, sunk again, this time for good.