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A large Nile Crocodile in aggressive mode. : Stock Photo
The Crocodile is a large ferocious reptile found mainly in Africa and Australasia. Alligators, Caimans and Gharials are closely related and all species are related to extinct dinosaurs. The largest is the Estuarine/Saltwater Crocodile of Australasia, This species is the Nile Crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus) and can grow to 6.3 meters (21 foot) long and 1000 kg (2200 pounds) in weight. It is found throughout Africa, with the exceptions of the desert regions of the north and south and where they have been eradicated. Their habitats are large rivers, swamps, big waterholes and lakes. They will feed on anything available from fish to buffalo and are very dangerous to humans as they will ambush anything on the water's edge. Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga Province, South Africa.

A large Nile Crocodile in aggressive mode.

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The Crocodile is a large ferocious reptile found mainly in Africa and Australasia. Alligators, Caimans and Gharials are closely related and all species are related to extinct dinosaurs. The largest is the Estuarine/Saltwater Crocodile of Australasia, This species is the Nile Crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus) and can grow to 6.3 meters (21 foot) long and 1000 kg (2200 pounds) in weight. It is found throughout Africa, with the exceptions of the desert regions of the north and south and where they have been eradicated. Their habitats are large rivers, swamps, big waterholes and lakes. They will feed on anything available from fish to buffalo and are very dangerous to humans as they will ambush anything on the water's edge. Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga Province, South Africa.
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