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What are crocodiles' natural enemies?

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Aside from humans, the crocodile does not have any natural enemies, according to All About Wildlife — an educational food web website for kids. The crocodile has a sturdy armor of bony plates that cover the majority of its body, and it has strong jaws that are capable of crushing everything from cast iron to bones.

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What are crocodiles' natural enemies?
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While the crocodile does not have any natural enemies, it is a predator to many. Crocodiles hunt and eat a variety of animals, including fish, amphibians, turtles, birds and mammals. Basically, any animal that happens to cross the path of a crocodile can fall prey to its powerful jaws.

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