How Do Crocodiles Mate?


Crocodiles are unique in that they mate underwater. A male will inject sperm into a female and from this eggs are produced. The female when then take the eggs and create a nest for them.
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Adult male and female crocodiles mate in the water. The copulation involves the fertilizing of the female egg by the male's sperm. A female crocodile will lay 20-70 eggs.
Mating Crocodiles have a mating process which is similar to that of all crocodillians (alligators, gharials). The actual coupling between an adult male and an adult female always
Sexual Intercourse. Male goes on top, and female supports his weight.
Mating always takes place in the water and involves the internal fertilization of the
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