Crocodile Facts
Fact about crocodiles
Remember the Hollywood movie 'Lake Placid'? The first thing that may come to your mind is a gigantic, bloodthirsty creature inhabiting the lake - crocodile. Apart from being the largest reptile, there are many other interesting...
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Largest Crocodile Ever Recorded
It is believed that the largest crocodile ever recorded in the world was 7 m or 23 ft long! It was caught in India in 1926.
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Nile Crocodile
The Nile crocodile, despite its name, is found in most parts of Africa, and is the second largest crocodile in the world.
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Alligator Vs. Crocodile
Mistaking an alligator for a crocodile and vice versa is fairly common. Read the following article to understand how the distinction can be done with just a couple of minutes of observation.
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Where do Crocodiles Live?
Crocodiles live in the vicinity of swamps, marshlands, brackish waters, lakes, and rivers. While that is definitely correct, there is a lot more to the habitat of this reptilian species, and trying to cover it in one sentence would...
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Facts About the Dwarf Crocodile
Fact about the dwarf crocodile
The dwarf crocodile (Osteolaemus tetraspis) is the smallest member of the crocodile family. Due to their small size, they move slowly in comparison to other large crocodiles on land, but are as aggressive as any other crocodile...
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Biggest Crocodile in the World
Saltwater crocodiles are the largest reptiles in the world - while there is no questioning that fact, have you ever wondered which is the biggest crocodile to be ever recorded or how big it was?
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Understanding the Eating Habits of Crocodiles
Eating habits of crocodiles
What do crocodiles eat? Crocodiles are carnivorous and dine on a variety of animals, including fish, zebras, monkeys, cattle, and even members of their own reptile family. The following Buzzle article elaborates more on the eating...
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