Crocodiles are big reptilian animals that live in rivers, swamps, and lakes.
They have scales, a long snout, and long teeth.
Crocodiles are reptiles that are characterized by their long snouts and powerful jaws.
They are also known as alligators, but alligators often do not live in water.
Crocodiles are very good swimmers, but they are not as good at running as their legs are not as good as their jaws.
Crocodiles can swim faster than humans, but they cannot run as fast as humans.
However, crocodiles run at speeds of up to 20 mph (32 km/h), but the average crocodile cruising speed is about 5 mph (8 km/h).
A human can outrun a crocodile on land speed but a crocodile can outrun a human in the water.
A croc cannot outrun a human on land.
Why? Because a croc's legs are not designed to function in the same way as a humans legs.
Crocodiles have human-like legs, and their Achilles tendons are very similar to humans.
However, the Achilles tendon of a crocodile is actually made of cartilage, and is much weaker then a human Achilles tendon.
The reason why a crocodile can run faster than a human on land is because their feet are designed slightly differently to humans.
A crocodile foot lacks a heel, and the patter of the foot is set slightly differently.
Crocodiles are also known to be able to run at speeds.
They are the most dangerous predators on land.
They have been known to chase humans on land but they will not be able to catch up with them unless the human is injured or immobile.
Crocodiles are apex predators. They are at the top of their food chain.
The average crocodile usually feed on fish, shellfish, amphibians, birds, small mammals and reptiles.
Humans are not part of their normal diet.
However, in exceptional cases, crocodiles have attacked humans and eaten them.
These cases have mainly occurred in areas where humans and crocodiles live together.
Crocodiles are opportunistic predators that will eat anything they can catch and overpower, but they do have a preference for fresh meat.
Crocodiles are one of the most numerous and successful predator groups on Earth today; they have been around for more than 300 million years and are still thriving today.
They are found on every continent except antarctica, and are found in every type of habitat except rainforests and deserts.
There are many different species of crocodiles, but they are all members of the family Crocodylidae.
They are often referred to as alligators, but this is incorrect, as alligators are members of the family Alligatoridae.
When hunting, crocodiles use different strategies.
Some hungry crocodile species will patiently wait near the water's edge for prey to come into range; others will lurk in hour under water or in the reeds until a potential prey item is within striking distance.
It has also been observed that some species of hungry crocodile, such as the saltwater crocodile, hunt in groups.
If a crocodile spots potential prey and is in a group, it will alert the others. The others will join it, and the group will chase the prey as a team.
A crocodile can run on land for a very long time, up to an hour, according to the National Geographic.
The crocodile's running speed will depend on the temperature of the water in which it lives.
Crocodiles can be found in most warm, tropical regions of the world, and can live up to 40 years. Their feet are built for running and can reach average speed of up to 15mph (24kph).
Crocodile can also be quite fierce and in the wild they can be very aggressive, and therefore are often killed or injured by man.
Despite their ferocious nature, they have been used for many years as a 'disposable' animal in the pet trade, and are commonly kept as exotic pets.
Crocodile is a type of reptile.
A crocodile is an animal that lives in or near water. Most crocodiles live in the water.
They lay eggs in sand or in holes in the ground.
They are meat-eaters and live in water. Crocodiles are long and flat.
They have strong jaws and sharp teeth.
There are around 23 types of crocodiles living in the world.
The largest crocodile is called the saltwater crocodile and it can be found in coastal areas of northern Australia and throughout south-east Asia.
The largest saltwater crocodile ever measured was almost 20 feet long.
The unique look and habits of the crocodile is an obvious attraction for many people due to its aggressive and intimidating nature.
They are also often used in movies as the ultimate killing machine, which is why it is not surprising that most people do not like them.
Freshwater crocodiles usually grow to an average length of 5.1 to 6.2 feet, but can occasionally grow to over 13 feet.
They are usually dark olive to tan in color, with light yellow undersides.
Fresh water crocodiles are excellent swimmers and can remain underwater for up to 30 minutes.
Freshwater crocodiles are often seen as gentle creatures, kind and unassuming, but they are more vicious than you think.
They are the rulers of rivers and streams and are the most feared and dangerous of all crocodiles.
How do you know if you're looking at a freshwater crocodile?
A freshwater crocodile's mouth is positioned under its eyes, so it can't see you.
For this reason, they are known as the "blind crocodile." When they feel threatened, they spray water out of their mouths to scare away predators.
The Central African slender-snouted crocodile (Crocodylus cataphractus) is a crocodile native to Africa’s Congo Basin.
This elusive species is rarely seen, but is known to be a highly aggressive predator capable of taking down prey weighing over 100 kg.
Although they have a reputation for being smaller than other crocodiles (similar in size to a small Alligator snapping turtle), they are capable of swallowing prey that can reach up to 600 kg, more than twice their own weight.
The Australian freshwater crocodile is one of the largest native crocodilians that inhabits Australia.
It is also the largest species of crocodile in Australia, and is the largest of all Australian crocodiles.
Males are the largest, reaching 2.2 m in length, and females are typically slightly smaller, reaching 2 m.
They also have a broader head than the saltwater crocodile, which generally has a narrower head.
They are being threatened by habitat loss and fragmentation, competition with other crocodile species, and illegal hunting.
American crocodiles are the species of alligator that are native to the United States, Mexico, and northern Central America, as well as the Greater Antilles archipelago.
The word alligator gets its name from the Spanish aligator, which translates to "little crocodile".
The American alligator is the largest of the three species of alligator. They can grow to over 5m (16'9") in length and weigh up to 700kg (1575lbs).
Males tend to be much larger than the females and have longer tails.
Only male crocodiles have been observed to breed, and they do so at any time of the year.
Female crocodile lays 20 to 40 eggs per clutch, and will use the same nest for several years. The eggs incubate for 90 to 150 days.