Largest Reptile Ever?


The largest reptile ever is the saltwater crocodile. An adult male saltwater crocodile can weigh as much as 2,200 pounds. The length of this reptile can reach 16 feet. Older crocodiles tend to weigh more than younger ones. This is because older crocodiles are established in their territory and usually have the best food sources. The females tend to be a lot smaller than the males. A female can weigh as little as 300 pounds when compared to the mas of the males. A female may also only reach 11 feet in length.
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