The Power of Crocodiles

Because the crocodile is an apex predator, the health and stability of the croc population significantly affect all underlying species in the ecosystem

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Research

Only through extensive research can we learn all of the valuable information needed to sustain the local environment and reduce human/crocodile conflict

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Community Involvement

Local communities are the key to success in conservation.  We work hard to learn from, inform, and empower the local community

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In order to achieve our goals and help keep these ecosystems thriving we need help from people like you.  Through money donated by the public we can keep a well stocked, state of the art facility and fund projects that help the world learn more about these vital environments

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CRC and Dr. Tellez’s Publications

The following is a compilation of scientific publications related to Mesoamerica, for other publications by Dr. Tellez contact...
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Placencia Peninsula Citizen Science Observations

A year-round citizen science program to collect data on the behavior and activity of the American Crocodile along...
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Collaborative Research: Bioacoustics and Behavior of American Crocodile in Belize

In collaboration with the CRC, Master’s researcher Miriam Boucher from West Virginia University is studying acoustics and behavior...
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Belize Nationwide Morelet’s Crocodile Population Survey

The last thorough survey of Crocodylus moreletii (Morelet’s crocodile) in Belize was conducted in the mid-1990s, and suggested...
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