Crocodiles Their Habitat
Ponds and waterfalls in a closed environment
CROCOPARC perfectly meets all environmental standards. As well as the regeneration of the site by plants, the three basins are sealed off and operate on the principle of ecological pools.
Water flows through a closed circuit into the upper reservoir by means of a waterfall of about 7 meters in height; a flow which allows continuous purification of the water, which then flows through a slide in the intermediate basin before finishing in the lower basin with a gentle slope. The water is finally pumped back before returning to the waterfall. The water cycle then begins again.
In nature, crocodiles and other reptiles use many burrows to protect themselves against excessive temperature, whether through cold or heat.
This is why in burrows, in which a large thermal inertia occurs, infrared heating lamps are used, whenever necessary, to always allow the temperature to be maintained at 15°C via an appointed system.