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 Who Are the Crocodile's Ancestors?

Answer Crocodiles are incredible animals. According to a 2003 "NOVA" interview with scientist James Perran Ross, these remarkable reptiles have lived on the earth for 200 million years and outlasted dinos... Read More »
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Do crocodiles have scales?

Crocodiles are reptiles and all reptiles have scales. However, some reptiles have scales too small to be seen easily. The crocodile has various types of scales on different parts of its body depend... Read More »
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What is the name for baby crocodiles?

Baby crocodiles are called hatchlings. Baby crocs are programmed at birth. Their routines or instincts regarding how to respond and react to stimulus and signals from their surrounding are innate, ... Read More »
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Differences Between Alligators & Crocodiles?

Though crocodiles and alligators belong to separate families, they are collectively known as crocodylians. Crocodiles belong to the Crocodylidae family, while alligators belong to the Alligatoridae... Read More »
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How many American crocodiles are left in the world?

Like so many crocodillians, which includes alligators, the American crocodile is fighting from the endangered species list. Worldwide--they range from the Everglades south to the west Caribbean isl... Read More »
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