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Crocodile. Crocodiles (subfamily Crocodylinae) or true crocodiles are large aquatic reptiles that live throughout the tropics in Africa, Asia, the Americas and Australia. Although they appear similar, crocodiles, alligators and the gharial belong to separate biological families. Saltwater crocodile - Nile crocodile - American crocodile - Dwarf crocodile. The gharial is the sole remaining species from the family Gavialidae. It is found in northern India through to Burma and is the second largest species of crocodile behind the saltwater crocodile. It feeds on fish and has a very narrow snout with sharp, interlocking teeth which is handy for catching its prey. Welcome to the Crocodilian Biology Database, part of the rkrosaries.com project . Scroll down to see the various topics covered here, or check.
Crocodile. The crocodiles are species belonging to the subfamily Crocodylinae. They are amphibious reptiles and as such can be found on land and aquatic habitats. They are semiaquatic retiles and are usually found in freshwater habitats such as rivers, wetlands, and lakes. 6 days ago Crocodile, (order Crocodylia, or Crocodilia), any of 23 species of generally large, ponderous, amphibious animals of lizardlike appearance and. Among the more distinctive characteristics of the crocodilians are their almost completely four-chambered heart, teeth that are set into sockets in the jaw, a palate.
From tooth to tail, modern crocodiles are biological marvels, with rugged Large species like this Nile crocodile have among the most powerful bites on the. Crocodilian Biology and Professional Management concentrates on the captive maintenance techniques, husbandry, breeding, and special requirements for the . The Nile Crocodile is a freshwater crocodile. It feeds on animals that come to drink at water sources, dragging them under the water and drowning them.