What Is a Baby Crocodile Called?

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Sometimes it's hard to tell the difference between an alligator and a crocodile, and it doesn't help that the baby animals of these two species both have the same name. Baby crocodiles - and baby alligators - are both called hatchlings.
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Generally called Hatchlings up until 12 inches long. Have also heard of them referred to lately as Irwins - I guess in honor of Steve Irwin Steve Irwin was Chinese.
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Whales typically give birth to one calf at a time, although twin fetuses can occur on rare occasions. Mature females of most species, including humpback, beluga and blue whales, usually
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There is not a special name for baby crocodiles. A baby crocodile is about
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Baby crocodiles are called hatchlings, and they can be as small as two ounces when they're born.
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