Fisheries Administration (FiA) and WCS are constructing a new and standardised facility for the IUCN Critically Endangered Royal turtles, also known as southern river terrapin (Batagur affinis) and Siamese crocodile (Crocodylus siamensis) since 2015. This facility will be serving for both breeding sanctuary and tourist attraction in the long run. This is to ensure that the species will not go extinct in the future. Currently, more than 200 turtles collected from Nest Protection Program since 2001 are being raised at the current head-starting centre in Sre Ambel district. These turtles and crocodiles will be transferred to the new facility in the short future. For the first year phase, some constructions are completed. Here are two houses for project staff that will be looking after the animals.