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Officials at the Cayman Turtle Centre are turning their attention to the release of a very different kind of creature than the one most frequently at the centre of the Centre’s wild release programme. Staff are currently preparing to release a Cayman Parrot that hasrecently fledged in the aviary. The baby parrot was hatche.
The Cayman Turtle Centre has revealed that a nine foot long crocodile which was captured in 2006 in North Side has become a permanent exhibit at the facility, allegedly entertaining visitors at feeding times. “Smiley”, as the female crocodile has been called, is now being housed alone in a purpose-built enclosure, named Smiley&rsquo.