Seven distinct African crocodile species, not just three, biologists show

Seven distinct African crocodile species, not just three, biologists show

A new species of rare Slender-nosed crocodile has been discovered in central Africa. What was once though to be just three species of crocodiles native to

Holy effing moly!!! "Cassius Clay, a 100-year-old saltwater crocodile, awaits a weigh-in at his pool in Queensland, Australia. He has officially been recognized by Guinness as the largest crocodile in captivity anywhere in the world."

Day in pictures: 15 September 2011

Holy effing moly!!! "Cassius Clay, a 100-year-old saltwater crocodile, awaits a weigh-in at his pool in Queensland, Australia. He has officially been recognized by Guinness as the largest crocodile in captivity anywhere in the world."

Orinoco Crocodiles have been added to Mighty Mike's old digs. In October, we welcome a pair of these rarely-exhibited, critically endangered reptiles from South America.

Rare Crocodile species now on exhibit at Adventure Aquarium

Orinoco Crocodiles have been added to Mighty Mike's old digs. In October, we welcome a pair of these rarely-exhibited, critically endangered reptiles from South America.

Dwarf crocodiles are among the smallest crocodile species on Earth today. © McDonald Wildlife

Dwarf crocodiles are among the smallest crocodile species on Earth today. © McDonald Wildlife

Saltwater Crocodiles, Saltwater Crocodile Pictures, Saltwater Crocodile Facts - National Geographic

Saltwater Crocodiles, Saltwater Crocodile Pictures, Saltwater Crocodile Facts - National Geographic

One population of the world’s smallest crocodile has moved underground where they pluck bats off the walls – and corrosive droppings change their skin colour

One population of the world’s smallest crocodile has moved underground where they pluck bats off the walls – and corrosive droppings change their skin colour

The Philippine Crocodile is one of the most rare crocodile species on the planet. Photo Credit: National Geographic

The Philippine Crocodile is one of the most rare crocodile species on the planet. Photo Credit: National Geographic

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