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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crocodile_attack

Crocodile attacks on humans are common in places where large crocodilians are native and human populations live. Less than half of the 25 crocodilian species have been involved in fatal attacks on humans, and only crocodilians about 2.5 metres (8.2 ft) in length or more represent a serious danger to humans, as smaller crocodilians are considered incapable of killing adults.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morelet's_crocodile

Crocodile leather can be used to make wallets, coats and shoes. One of the key protectors of crocodiles today is the CSG, or Crocodile Specialist Group, started in 1971. This is a worldwide organization of biologist and other professions coming together to conserve the 23 species of alligators and crocodiles.

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Characteristics. Like all true crocodilians, the American crocodile is a quadruped, with four short, stocky legs, a long, powerful tail and a scaly hide with rows of ossified scutes running down its back and tail.

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Crocodiles are the strongest predators on earth and can kill the biggest prey items that you can think of. But what are some crocodiles' capabilities , other than this for example, crocodiles can hold their breath longer than any other animal on earth (3 hours or more).

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The Nile crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus) is an African crocodile and may be considered the second largest extant reptile in the world, after the saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus). [2] The Nile crocodile is quite widespread throughout Sub-Saharan Africa, occurring mostly in the central, eastern, and southern regions of the continent and lives in different types of aquatic environments ...

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Antoninus of Piacenza, a sixth-century pilgrim to the Holy Land, notes, “We came to Alexandria in boats over the marsh. In the marsh itself we saw a great number of crocodiles.”39 A century later, the travel account of Arculf is a bit less stingy.

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followed by American Crocodiles (39%), Orinoco Crocodiles ... In a world of shrinking habitats and increasing competition for natural resources, potentially dangerous predators bring the ...

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Juvenile crocodiles live in very dense cover to protect them from other predators that might be in the area and will remain there until they become older and able to fend for themselves. Adult crocodiles are known to dig out burrows during dry seasons in their area.

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As such it constitutes an evolutionary grade (a paraphyletic group) rather than a natural group ( clade). The name describes the pattern of infolding of the dentin and enamel of the teeth, which are often the only part of the creatures that fossilize.

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RISK PERCEPTIONS OF AND ACCEPTANCE CAPACITY FOR THE AMERICAN CROCODILE (Crocodylus acutus) IN SOUTH FLORIDA By Jodie Lynn Smithem August 2005 Chair: Frank Mazzotti Major Department: Interdisciplinary Ecology The Florida population of the American crocodile (Crocodylus acutus) has been increasing in numbers since 1975.