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Background Information

Employment History

Owner

Crocodile Encounters


Herpetologist, Biology Teacher

ANGLETON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT


Affiliations

Crocodile Encounters

Director


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www.austinherpsociety.org

Speaker: Chris Dieter
Chris Dieter is the owner of Crocodile Encounter in Angleton, Texas. He maintains the largest group of Nile crocodiles in North America in addition to four other species of crocodilians. Chris has published over 40 articles on reptile related topics with the majority of articles in a monthly column for Reptile and Amphibian Hobbyist. He has also written two books 'The Ultimate Guide to Crocodilians in Captivity' and the forthcoming 'Crocodilians: Captive Care and Husbandry' published by Kreiger. He maintains his operation by performing several hundred educational events throughout Texas each year. He lives on-site with the crocodile group along with his wife Bernadette and son Bryson. Chris may also have books available at this meeting.


www.kingsnake.com

Chris Dieter, director of Crocodile Encounters in Angleton, Texas says, "Up to about 2 years of age limited handling doesn't adversely affect them at all.


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is Dieter,AHS --Chris Dieter,AHS


www.thefacts.com

"When I saw the picture, I thought they were denning," said Chris Dieter, a herpetologist, biology teacher at Angleton High School and owner of Crocodile Encounters in Angleton. "That's more common in the north; you don't see it very often down here," Dieter said."This time of year, when it's real hot, you're really only going to see them in the early mornings and late evenings," Dieter said."They tend to switch their behavior because it's just too hot for them.They don't even have to sun that much; the ambient air temperature is just where they need it to be." Also, he said, snakes don't like to be out in the open, where they're exposed to predators.If a person does encounter a snake, Heinicke and Dieter agree the thing to do is back away and leave it alone."Ninety percent of all bites are from the tip of your hand to your elbow, or from your foot to your ankle," Dieter said, which corresponds with someone either stepping on a snake or reaching towards it.Dieter and Heinicke both said it's not true that snakes follow or chase people."The only reason they might chase you is if you're in the way when he's trying to get away from you and you're blocking his exit," Dieter said.Also, as Dieter said: "You can easily outwalk any snake." "They used to tell you to cut (the bite) open and suck out the venom," Dieter said.


www.austinherpsociety.org

Speaker: Chris Dieter
Chris Dieter is the owner of Crocodile Encounter in Angleton, Texas. He maintains the largest group of Nile crocodiles in North America in addition to four other species of crocodilians. Chris has published over 40 articles on reptile related topics with the majority of articles in a monthly column for Reptile and Amphibian Hobbyist. He has also written two books 'The Ultimate Guide to Crocodilians in Captivity' and the forthcoming 'Crocodilians: Captive Care and Husbandry' published by Kreiger. He maintains his operation by performing several hundred educational events throughout Texas each year. He lives on-site with the crocodile group along with his wife Bernadette and son Bryson. Chris may also have books available at this meeting.


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