Human activity 'driving half of world's crocodile species to extinction' by Supertrooper http://focusingonwildlife.com/news/human-activity-driving-half-of-worlds-crocodile-species-to-extinction/

Human activity 'driving half of world's crocodile species to extinction' by Supertrooper http://focusingonwildlife.com/news/human-activity-driving-half-of-worlds-crocodile-species-to-extinction/

Brutus is one of the many saltwater crocodiles living in the Northern Territory, tourists are often 'overawed' by the giant creatures

Brutus the giant croc who was pictured eating a bull shark is a star

Brutus is one of the many saltwater crocodiles living in the Northern Territory, tourists are often 'overawed' by the giant creatures

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

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

New Crocodile Species Discovered in West Africa--The central African slender-snouted crocodiles are now known as M.

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."

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

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 Crocodile

Human activity 'driving half of world's crocodile species to extinction'

Caimán de anteojos (Caiman crocodilus chiapasus) is one of three caiman crocodile species living in Mexico.

Caimán de anteojos (Caiman crocodilus chiapasus) is one of three caiman crocodile species living in Mexico.

Komodo Dragon ( They are huge lizards / crocodile sized ) = their saliva infects any bitten prey / it relentlessly chases any bitten prey ,until resulting poison from infected wound ,slows the prey sufficiently enough for this Komodo dragon to finish it off and feast on the huge carcass ( an effective system that ensures this species remains strong /healthy ) ✅

Komodo Dragon ( They are huge lizards / crocodile sized ) = their saliva infects any bitten prey / it relentlessly chases any bitten prey ,until resulting poison from infected wound ,slows the prey sufficiently enough for this Komodo dragon to finish it off and feast on the huge carcass ( an effective system that ensures this species remains strong /healthy ) ✅

Africa | 'Breaking the Banks'.  Crocodile, Okovango River, Botswana |  © Hendri Venter

Africa | 'Breaking the Banks'. Crocodile, Okovango River, Botswana | © Hendri Venter

A fairly large crocodile species, the American crocodile has a stocky body with a long, powerful tail. The short but muscular legs end in sharp claws and the long triangular snout contains 14 to 15...

A fairly large crocodile species, the American crocodile has a stocky body with a long, powerful tail. The short but muscular legs end in sharp claws and the long triangular snout contains 14 to 15...

The gharial (Gavialis gangeticus) is a crocodilian of the family Gavialidae that is native to the Indian subcontinent and also called gavial and fish-eating crocodile. As the species has undergone both chronic long term and a rapid short-term declines it is listed as a Critically Endangered by IUCN.[1]  The gharial is one of three crocodilians native to India, apart from the mugger crocodile and the saltwater crocodile.[2] It is one of the longest of all living crocodilians.[3]  In Hindi…

The gharial (Gavialis gangeticus) is a crocodilian of the family Gavialidae that is native to the Indian subcontinent and also called gavial and fish-eating crocodile. As the species has undergone both chronic long term and a rapid short-term declines it is listed as a Critically Endangered by IUCN.[1] The gharial is one of three crocodilians native to India, apart from the mugger crocodile and the saltwater crocodile.[2] It is one of the longest of all living crocodilians.[3] In Hindi…

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