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The conservation centre was established over 30 years ago to help save India’s dwindling crocodile populations and in particular, the endangered Mugger, Gharial and Saltwater species. Through a successful programme of captive breeding, the centre has been able to expand its activities to the protection of 14 species of crocodile, as well as a turtles, snakes and lizards. Nowadays it is regarded as a world-leading institute for research and conservation, with a commitment to environmental education and public awareness.
For more information, visit: http://www.indiavolunteer.net/projects/crocodile-conservation-volunteer-project/