Unfortunately the crocs and the other animals, a Jaguar, several parrots, and a forlorn Spider monkey are still at croc land and not doing very well at all. The crocs have very sub standard accommodation, with one being unable to get on to dry land, and one never able to submerge in water as it is only a few inches deep.
One croc is very likely to have to be euthanised as it is in such poor condition.
Unfortunately the Forestry department is going to do nothing about it, probably because croc land is owned by Luke Espat who is 'connected'. It seems the Belize Bank has taken the company into receivership and is also doing zero to alleviate the plight of these animals. In fact they are trying to hold onto them in order to sell or reconstruct crocland as a going concern.
Three species at croc land are all on the IUCN red list of endangered animals (jaguar, Morelets croc, Yellow Head), and yet there is no attempt to breed, to educate, or do anything else with these animals to assist in the species long term survival.
Animals and reptiles do not receive regular veterinary visits, nor are they cared for by anyone with any formal training in their care.
Crocland is a festering Carbuncle on the face of Belize and the species incarcerated there should be immediately put into rehab, or euthanised.