The saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus), also known as the estuarine
crocodile, ..... Believed to have eaten two villagers, Lolong was captured on 3
September ... The saltwater crocodile also p...
Learn all you wanted to know about saltwater crocodiles with pictures, videos, ...
Earth's largest living crocodilian—and, some say, the animal most likely to eat a
human—is the saltwater or estuarine crocodile. ... But watch yourself; they do bite
Saltwater Crocodiles Diet Feeding. (Crocodylus porosus). What does a saltwater
crocodile eat? The quick answer to this question is…..anything it can get a hold ...
Facts, their life, their habitat, and Australian saltwater crocodile pictures. ... But
you do need to be aware of the danger if you travel in the northern Australian
Outback. ... "Salties", as we "Aussies" call these Australian crocodiles, eat mainly
Oct 30, 2015 ... Alternative Name/s. Saltwater Crocodile, Indopacific Crocodile, Saltie ... rising
ground. In northeastern Queensland, they do not occur above 250m. ... They will
eat just about any animal that they can catch and overpower.
Jun 25, 2014 ... Crocodiles are large reptiles that belong to the order Crocodilia, ... The largest
crocodile is the saltwater crocodile. ... What do crocodiles eat?
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Jan 14, 2011 ... croc eats croc (saltwater croc attacks freshwater croc) ..... Saltwater crocodiles are
just awesome executioners and India does have large ...
Australian Saltwater Crocodile, Estuarine Crocodile, 'Saltie', Indo-Pacific
Crocodile ... Muthlelei, Sea-going crocodile, Subwater crocodile, Man-eating
crocodile ... Dark bands and stripes are present on the lower flanks, but do not
extend onto ...
Their range does overlap with saltwater crocodiles, and they can be found in the
... larger than freshwater crocodiles, they are capable of eating very large prey.
Oct 21, 2009 ... Saltwater Crocodiles are found in coastal rivers, estuaries, swamps and
billabongs. They eat crustaceans, fish, reptiles, birds and mammals.