Where Do Crocodiles Live?

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Crocodiles are reptiles that live throughout the tropics in Africa, Asia, America and Australia. They prefer freshwater habitats like rivers, lakes and wetlands. They are pure carnivores and are well know for ambushing their prey by stealth.
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Crocodiles live in the rivers, lakes, wetlands and brackish waters in the tropics and subtropics of Africa, Asia, Australia and the Americas.
Crocodiles can live in the tropics of the Americas, Australia, Africa, and Asia. Some prefer freshwater, while others like brackish or salt water. This family of reptile is believed to be over 200 million years old.
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