Crocodile school: Welcome to The Crocodile School

Welcome to The Crocodile School

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Ever since I was little, I felt a deep sense of empathy with my peers. With that developed a desire to comprehend their feelings by naturally positioning myself in their shoes.



It was after reaching adulthood that I saw this desire as an attempt to understand my own feelings. As this progressed, I developed a strong affinity for understanding those around me and matured an aspiration for helping others. Later, I would refine this call for helping others into the precise and purposeful art of serving.



A short time after finding my calling I decided to work in Hospitality Management, from receiving guests, tending to their requests and greeting them as they departed.



After a few years, I recognized that this path was preventing the expansion of my intellectual boundaries. I moved on in search of new means that would let me grow while providing meaningful service.

In this search, my studies about philosophy were rapidly increasing, bringing with them fresh perspective. I began to comprehend my beliefs and my decisions and their impact on my experience. Life began to shift dramatically. I was finally affirming the foundations to a new level in comprehension of who I am and which direction I was to journey in life.



I am inspired by people who achieve their goals by putting all their effort into what they do. I can think of no better way to be constantly inspired than working side by side with those who inspire me. I became a tool, a resource for supporting consultants in achieving the objectives set by the organization.



I am now in charge of managing all logistics for Constancee, inspired by the growth opportunities brought by each and every new interaction.
Every day and every interaction is now an opportunity to put all my effort into cultivating Growth Culture.

My efforts, moved by the increasing feeling of knowing myself, deeper and deeper, lead me to contribute my little grain of sand in the creation of Hylke Faber´s book, “Taming your Crocodiles”. Later on, this same energy continued growing to the point of meeting an amazing group of people eager to expand what they´ve learned from the book. Organically, we started working on the next step: building The Crocodile School, meant to form facilitators who believe in their capacity of deepen the self-awareness and lead from the abundance within ourselves.

Personalised Crocodile Backpack Crocodile School Bag Kids

A fantastic Personalised Crocodile Backpack a lovely size featuring your child’s name. This Crocodile School Bag is a super choice and is waterproof too.

This Kids Animal Rucksack is perfect for your little boy especially if he is a Crocodile enthusiast.

This Boys School Backpack can be used for nursery, school or activity groups.

A blue Children Student Backpack.

A mini size great for toddlers or starting school.

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California teenager attacked by crocodile while vacationing at Marriot resort in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

MARIN COUNTY, Calif. (KGO) — What was supposed to be a relaxing getaway before starting college this fall, turned into a real life nightmare for 18-year-old Kiana Hummel, who was attacked by a 12-foot-long crocodile while vacationing in Mexico with a friend earlier this month.

The attack happened just before midnight at the Marriott resort in Puerto Vallarta.


Hummel, a recent Novato High School graduate, described the attack to ABC7 News from her hospital bed at Marin General. She said she and her friend had decided to go for a late night swim at the resort, but they weren’t even in the water when the crocodile emerged from the ocean, grabbed her right leg and pulled her into the water.

CROCODILE ATTACK: A Bay Area teenager vacationing in Puerto Vallarta was attacked and dragged into the ocean by a 12ft crocodile. This happened at the Marriott resort.

Thankfully, Kiana Hummel survived. She is currently undergoing surgery at Marin General. pic.twitter. com/jtEMHncaxY

— Liz Kreutz (@ABCLiz) July 27, 2021

Sarah Laney, a bystander from St. Louis, heard Hummel scream. She and her friends ran to help.

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“It was most definitely one of the craziest, scariest things I’ve ever experienced,” Laney told ABC7 News. “Honestly, I will never forget it when the crocodile’s head came above water. I just went into shock.”

Hummel said she remained calm even as she got dragged under the water. She continued to hit the crocodile as hard as she could until it finally let go of her right leg. She said she had almost escaped when the crocodile grabbed onto her left ankle and dragged her back under.

“I just remember saying, please don’t leave me,” Hummel recalled. “And I didn’t think I was getting out that second time. That was just really bad.”

Eventually, the group was able to get the crocodile to let go of Hummel and they were able to bring her to safety. Miraculously, she survived and didn’t lose any limbs, although she does have extensive muscle and tissue damage all the way to the bones and is currently unable to walk.

Hummel’s mother, Ariana Martinez, learned of the attack over Facetime from her home Marin County. She got on the next flight from San Francisco to Puerto Vallarta.


“I’m on the phone with her, she’s yelling, ‘get me an ambulance, get me an ambulance to the hospital,'” Martinez recalled of her daughter. “It took them forever.”

According to Laney, who stayed with Hummel after the attack, it took 45 minutes for an ambulance to arrive. Once it did, Martinez said the hospital demanded she pay thousands of dollars before giving any treatment.

In a statement to ABC7 News, Marriott spokesperson Kerstin Sachl confirmed the crocodile attack and said, “The safety and security of our guests and associates are our top priority, and we can confirm that appropriate signage, as well as night patrolling and red flags were and are properly in place.

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“We review our plans and procedures often and work closely with the appropriate authorities on an ongoing basis,” she continued. “Our staff is trained in how to respond to safety matters appropriately. We encourage all guests to be vigilant for their safety.”

We spoke to both Kiana and a bystander who witnessed the attack. Both say nobody at the @Marriott warned them crocodiles were in the ocean.

They say they only learned later that there is one small warning sign, but it’s mostly in Spanish and not lit up at night. pic.twitter.com/I0wlypqdmC

— Liz Kreutz (@ABCLiz) July 27, 2021

But Hummel, Martinez and Laney believe not enough was done by the hotel to warn guests that a crocodile could be in the ocean. They said they were not given a verbal warning and they only learned of the warning sign after the attack. They say it is small, mostly in Spanish and not lit up at night.

“Until that moment, never in my wildest dreams would I have thought a crocodile was on that beach. Ever,” Laney said.


Laney’s friend, Natalie, wrote a review of the hotel on Trip Advisor where she said: “I understand you don’t want to ‘scare’ guests, but the following day there should’ve been big YELLOW signs to warn of the attack…my group is TRAUMATIZED by this experience.”

According to a Spanish-language news report, in 2018 another woman was also attacked by a crocodile on that same beach.

Hummel and Martinez hope by sharing this story it will serve as a warning to others.

“It could have ended so much differently,” Martinez said. “That call could have been a totally different call.”

Hummel remains hospitalized at Marin General where she is expected to undergo a second surgery this week. Doctors say she will have a full recovery but it will take time and it’s unclear if she will be able to work this summer.

A GoFundMe campaign has been set up to help Hummel with her expenses.

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Florida veterinarians remove shoe from stomach of hungry crocodile

University of Florida veterinarians surgically removed a shoe swallowed twice by the same hungry crocodile, the school said.

The 10.5-foot, 341-pound Nile crocodile, named Anuket, consumed the apparently tasty footwear in December when it fell off a zip liner at St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park, where the reptile resides, according the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in Gainesville.

Witnesses spotted Anuket consuming the shoe, regurgitating it and then swallowing it again, the college said.

“If the shoe fits your fancy …. swallow it?” the school said in a Facebook posting. “Not a good idea!”

Garrett Fraess, zoo medicine resident at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, reaches into the esophagus of Anuket, a gator, to try to remove a show lodged in her stomach on Feb. 5, 2021.University of Floria College of Veterinary Medicine

The size 6.5 Walmart women’s sneaker was made of synthetic materials, meaning it couldn’t have been digested and would have stayed inside Anuket and blocked passage from the stomach to intestines, according to Gen Anderson, general curator at St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park.

“If it was leather sandals, then it would have been a whole other ballgame,” Anderson told NBC News on Tuesday.

Without surgery, the crocodile would have suffered “a very slow death,” she added.

After Anuket was brought to the University of Florida on Feb. 5, vets tried various less invasive methods to push the shoe out of the beast, with no luck.

They were eventually forced to perform “a gastrotomy which allowed easier access to the crocodile’s stomach,” according to the school.

After previous unsuccessful attempts, Anuket, a gator, finally had the shoe removed, that was lodged in her stomach, at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine on Feb. 5, 2021.University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine

“Within a short time, he was able to remove the shoe,” the school said. “After an overnight stay, Anuket returned home, and has been recuperating at the park since then.”

Anuket is at least 34 years old and is expected to live between 60 and 80 years, according to Anderson.

David K. Li is a breaking news reporter for NBC News.

Ali Gostanian contributed.

The Crocodile Hunter – Steve Irwin’s Biography

Stephen Robert Irwin was born to Lyn and Bob Irwin on 22 February, 1962, in upper Fern Tree Gully, Victoria. He moved with his parents and two sisters to Beerwah, Queensland, where his folks opened the Beerwah Reptile and Fauna Park in 1970.

Steve grew up loving all wildlife, especially reptiles. He caught his first venomous snake (a Common Brown) at the tender age of six and would often arrive late to school after convincing his mother to pull over so he could rescue a lizard off the road.

By the time he was nine-years-old, he was helping his dad catch small problem crocodiles hanging around boat ramps by jumping on them in the water and wrestling them back into the dinghy. He always had an uncanny sixth sense when it came to wildlife and he spent his life honing that skill.

In the 1980s Steve spent months on end living in the most remote areas of far North Queensland catching problem crocodiles before they ended up shot by a poacher’s bullet. He worked with his little dog, Sui, and developed crocodile capture and management techniques that are now utilised with crocodilians around the world.

By 1980, the family wildlife park was called the ‘Queensland Reptile and Fauna Park’ and where Steve called home. Steve and his best mate, Wes Mannion, worked countless hours caring for the wildlife and maintaining the grounds.

In 1991 Steve took over managing the wildlife park and met Terri Rains, a visiting tourist, on 6 October. Steve and Terri were married in Eugene, Oregon, on 4 June 1992 at the Methodist church Terri’s grandmother used to attend.

Instead of a honeymoon, the couple embarked on filming a wildlife documentary with John Stainton from the ‘Best Picture Show’ company. The show was so successful it turned into a series and the Crocodile Hunter was born.

After Steve’s parents retired in the 1992 Steve worked tirelessly to improve and expand his wildlife park. Re-naming it Australia Zoo in 1998, Steve’s vision for the world’s best Zoo was coming to fruition. In July 2006 Steve set out his ten year business plan for his beloved zoo. He couldn’t know he would be gone just two months later, but he believed his conservation work would go on. His two beautiful children will make sure it does.

Crocodile – OSRS Wiki

Crocodiles are found in the Kharidian Desert south of Pollnivneach on either side of the River Elid. They are often assigned as Slayer tasks by Vannaka. Bring waterskins to avoid dying of thirst.

A great place to fight crocodiles is on the south side of the river, directly south of the small island where the crocodiles spawn. Because crocodiles are aggressive from a few squares away, this place attracts crocodiles from in the water where they cannot usually be reached, and is much less click intensive. There is a safespot for crocodiles directly west of the magic carpet at Nardah, on a cactus near the river north-west of the crack in the desert. There are two crocodile spawns that can be safespotted, which makes the task considerably easier.

Another place to fight crocodiles (if Icthlarin’s Little Helper has been completed) is just north of Sophanem, by the river just outside the gate. There is an altar for prayer, and a sink just south of that inside of the city, allowing for prolonged trips.

Safespotting crocodiles west of Nardah.
  • If players have completed Spirits of the Elid, they can use the shrine in Nardah to recharge their Prayer points, run energy, and Hitpoints. There is also a fountain to fill waterskins with.
  • Although Vannaka suggests using a stab weapon for melee, crocodiles lack defence in all 3 melee attack styles; making any melee weapon sufficient.
  • Bring a ranged weapon to range the crocodiles from across the river, as they can swim in the water.
  • Magic attacks work well, with the crocodiles taking damage with nearly every hit.
  • Waterskins are highly recommended when fighting in the desert. Desert clothing is as well, but it has low defences so some players instead wear good armour and bring more waterskins. Other players wear desert clothing and use a protection Protect from Melee to avoid some damage, and recharge their Prayer points at the altars in Nardah or Sophanem.
  • Players wishing to buy food can take a small amount of coins to buy kebabs from Ali the Kebab seller (they cost 3 coins each) or jugs of wine from Ali The barman in Pollnivneach. Players may also sell noted food to the general store and buy it back in item form, usually only losing a few coins per item, or exchange noted food with the Banknote Exchange Merchant.
  • Food can sometimes be obtained by searching banana trees along the banks of River Elid, which have a chance of yielding bananas.
  • Although more spawns can be found on the southern side of the river, 1-2 spawns are usually on the northern side. After killing them you can hop worlds to quickly begin killing more.

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  1. 1.01.1 Elite clue scrolls and reward caskets are only dropped when completing an elite clue scroll asking you to kill a crocodile.
  • Killing a crocodile is the solution to the elite cryptic clue: In a while. ..

Crocodilepox Virus Evolutionary Genomics Supports Observed Poxvirus Infection Dynamics on Saltwater Crocodile ( Crocodylus porosus)

Saltwater crocodilepox virus (SwCRV), belonging to the genus Crocodylidpoxvirus, are large DNA viruses posing an economic risk to Australian saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) farms by extending production times. Although poxvirus-like particles and sequences have been confirmed, their infection dynamics, inter-farm genetic variability and evolutionary relationships remain largely unknown. In this study, a poxvirus infection dynamics study was conducted on two C. porosus farms. One farm (Farm 2) showed twice the infection rate, and more concerningly, an increase in the number of early- to late-stage poxvirus lesions as crocodiles approached harvest size, reflecting the extended production periods observed on this farm. To determine if there was a genetic basis for this difference, 14 complete SwCRV genomes were isolated from lesions sourced from five Australian farms. They encompassed all the conserved genes when compared to the two previously reported SwCRV genomes and fell within three major clades. Farm 2’s SwCRV sequences were distributed across all three clades, highlighting the likely mode of inter-farm transmission. Twenty-four recombination events were detected, with one recombination event resulting in consistent fragmentation of the P4c gene in the majority of the Farm 2 SwCRV isolates. Further investigation into the evolution of poxvirus infection in farmed crocodiles may offer valuable insights in evolution of this viral family and afford the opportunity to obtain crucial information into natural viral selection processes in an in vivo setting.

Keywords: complete genome; evolution; genetic recombination; infection dynamics; saltwater crocodilepox virus.

90,000 Published a video with a man pulled out of a tent by a huge crocodile: Animals: From life: Lenta. ru

The Daily Mail first published an amateur video filmed in 2004 at the site of one of the most famous crocodile attacks on humans in Australia. The predator pulled out of the tent a man who was resting with his family on the ocean shore.

The aftermath of the attack was captured by athlete Ben Jones, who later played in the National Rugby League. In October 2004, he was vacationing in the Australian state of Queensland, and one morning he noticed a distress signal from a flashlight in the distance.He went to the rescue and found tourists who had survived the attack of a combed crocodile.

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A huge reptile more than four meters long crawled to their camp at about four in the morning. The noise attracted Dee, the wife of 34-year-old Andrew Kerr, who slept in one of the tents. “Dee heard a rustle outside and thought it was a pig, a dingo, or maybe a wild bull,” Jones says. Looking out, she saw the silhouette of a crocodile and began to wake her husband.

In the next instant, the predator grabbed the barely awakened Andrew by the thigh and dragged him to the shore. According to Jones, the man only had time to shout to his wife to save their four-month-old son. Alicia Sorokhan, 61, came running to the noise from a nearby tent and jumped on the crocodile’s head. The predator let go of Andrew, turned sharply, breaking the woman’s nose, and grabbed her hand. Then her son arrived in time and shot four times from a gun into the head of the reptile.

By the time Jones arrived at the scene, the victim had already been taken away by an ambulance helicopter.Andrew, who had a broken leg and arm, was waiting for the medics in his tent, next to him was a dead crocodile.

The combed crocodile is considered one of the largest carnivores on the planet. Males of this species reach seven meters in length and can weigh up to two tons. They are found on the eastern shores of India, in many countries of Southeast Asia, in Papua New Guinea and in northern Australia.

Earlier it became known that crocodiles tore to pieces a fisherman from the village of Silobela in the Zimbabwean province of the Midlands.By the morning of the next day, the skeleton of a Zimbabwean was found.

Crocodiles closed schools in Vietnam for a day :: Society :: RBK

Schoolchildren from several educational institutions in the Vietnamese province of Kamau in the Mekong Delta received a sudden day off due to the invasion of crocodiles.Several hundred predators escaped from a special crocodile breeding farm, so far, through the efforts of local hunters, only 72 reptiles have been caught, according to the Vietnamese agency Thanh Nien.

Photo: Depositphotos

The incident occurred after a barrage collapsed on a farm owned by the Quoc Viet Company, which exports crocodiles.A total of 580 reptiles were kept in the livestock complex.

After pupils and security officers noticed about 20 crocodiles in a school pond in one of the schools, it was decided to cancel classes in schools throughout the region.

Representatives of the Quoc Viet Company promise to catch all wild predators and, if necessary, pay damages to the school and local residents. So far, the company’s employees and local residents are engaged in catching predators.

Crocodiles are exported for the purpose of selling leather and meat, which is considered a delicacy.From post-Soviet countries export of crocodiles in 2009-2011. Georgia was engaged.

90,000 New species of ancient crocodiles discovered in Australia

Australian paleontologists have studied and described the skull of an ancient crocodile that lived in Queensland. Analysis made it possible to attribute it to a new species and genus. The researchers’ article was published in the journal PeerJ.

The new species was named Paludirex vincenti .Scientists gave the name to him in memory of Jeff Vincent, who found a fossilized crocodile skull near the town of Chinchilla. “In Latin, ‘Paludirex’ means ‘king of the swamps’, and ‘vincenti’ honors the memory of the late Mr. Vincent,” said one of the authors of the work, PhD student at the University of Queensland’s School of Biological Sciences, Yorgo Ristevski.

For a long time, scientists isolated the genus Pallimnarchus from the Australian ancient crocodiles. However, the authors of the study questioned the correctness of its definition, since the description of the species attributed to it was fragmentary.Therefore, they brought the paludirexa into a separate genus.

His remains were first discovered in the 1980s, but then they were attributed to the species Pallimnarchus pollens . The length of the fossilized skull of a paludirex is about 65 centimeters. From this, scientists concluded that the total length of the crocodile was at least five meters. The modern crocodile Crocodylus porosus , which also lives in Australia, reaches about the same size. This is the largest member of his squad living today. “But the paludirex had a wider and more massive skull, so it looked like a combed crocodile on steroids,” Ristevski compared.

In the Pliocene (2.5–5.3 million years ago), the paludirex was one of the main predators of Australia. Scientists suggest that he hunted from ambush and could capture large prey, such as giant ancient marsupials.

It appeared on the continent much earlier than the C. porosus and C. johnstoni living in the same places today. However, it is not yet known whether they and competition with them could have caused the extinction of paludirex.An alternative theory, according to the study authors, is climate change towards greater aridity and shrinking river systems.

07.04.2020. “SCHOOL OF CHOREOGRAPHY” group “OZORNITSY. Topic: Moving in space Exercise:” Crocodile “.

TASK No. 1.

Exercise-song “Crocodile”.

Text:

I went out for a walk (we walk in a circle, just moving in space, lifting our legs high and shouting loudly)
Our beloved crocodile,
We went out for a walk
Our beloved crocodile.

Top-and-top-and-top-top, (stomping loudly)
Slap-and-slap-and-slap-and-slap. (slap on the thighs, stopping in place)
The crocodile walked, walked, (walk around us, lifting our legs high)
Chagall-walked, tired. Boo! (We walk, waving our arms and fell).

I suggest you sing and dance this song in 3 versions:

  • in minimum power: “So that no one notices that you have gone out into the street” (they say in a whisper and hardly move their arms and legs).

  • half-foot: “Reluctantly going out for a walk” (children pronounce words and perform movements).

  • at maximum power: “You haven’t been out for a walk for 100 years – and now you finally did! Hooray!” (children scream words and perform movements in maximum amplitude).

JOB No. 2.

Exercise “Sphinx”.

Game description: – lay on your stomach, hands on your elbows, heels together, and turned into a mysterious sphinx; – turn your head to the right-straight, down-straight, to the left, etc. , the back works on this movement; – we turn the feet into 1 position, and with our head we continue turning and tilting; – we put the feet in 2 position, and continue to move our head in different directions.

This exercise will help you to strengthen the muscle corset and to achieve the correct positioning of the body and arms at the machine, and subsequently – the competent Port De Bras back.

Check yourself:

  • shoulder and elbow position,

  • neck extended,

  • knees extended straight and brought together.

HOMEWORK : Find material about the Sphinx (who he is, where he is from, what role he defines).

Lesson over, Bow.Thank you for the attention!

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