• chrissummers06

I see a nose!!

Croc sighting between the floor boards? Call ACES!

During the high heat of the day, crocodiles enjoy hanging out in underwater caves to conserve energy, keep cool, and hide out from predators.

Homes situated over the water are ready-made caves for crocodiles. If your home has water underneath it, there is a potential that a crocodile may pass through. While we always respond to these calls immediately, the reality is in situations like this where homes on stilts are built in the water where crocs inhabit, preventative measures are the only solution. You can prevent crocs from having access by placing barriers to keep them out. People who have had problems with crocs going underneath their homes have successfully kept them out by placing things like pallets, chicken wire, chain-link fencing, bush stick fencing, and lattice around the crawl space. If you've had this issue, feel free to contact us and we can help guide you on methods of prevention.

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American Crocodile Education Sanctuary

PO Box 9, San Pedro Town, Ambergris Caye, Belize, Central America

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ACES is a Non-Profit Organization founded by Wildlife Behaviorist & Croc Wrangler, Vince Rose, & Research Biologist, Cherie Chenot-Rose ~ Belize