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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crocodile_tears

Crocodile tears (or superficial sympathy) are a false, insincere display of emotion such as a hypocrite crying fake tears of grief. The phrase derives from an ancient belief that crocodiles shed tears while consuming their prey. While crocodiles do have tear ducts, they weep to lubricate their eyes, ... And they eat no meat in all the winter, but they lie as in a dream, as do the ...

www.nwf.org/News-and-Magazines/National-Wildlife/Animals/Archives/2008/Why-Is-This-Crocodile-Smiling.aspx

Oct 1, 2008 ... Why Is This Crocodile Smiling magazine layout - american crocodile ... the American crocodile is surprisingly easy to find--as long as you can get past ... " Looks like it's all females today," he says, clearly disappointed that the ...

www.answers.com/Q/Why_does_a_crocodile_always_look_like_its_smiling

Crocodiles don't really look like they are smiling. Their teeth always show, even when they close their mouths.

www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/1394411/Crocodiles-smile-hides-dark-secret.html

May 16, 2002 ... The leathery skin that surrounds a crocodile's smile is sensitive enough to ... A researcher has discovered that crocodiles and their alligator cousins use ... The pinprick-sized sensors appear to have evolved in the reptiles' ancestors ... The disturbance caused by the water droplets is similar to a baby bird ...

www.npr.org/sections/pictureshow/2011/03/11/134335944/smile-crocodile-up-close-with-a-predator

Mar 11, 2011 ... Smile, Crocodile! ... The crocs can grow up to 21 feet and live for 100 years. ... their roots create virtual caves where the crocodiles drag their prey to decompose for ... "I was totally convinced that it was going to eat me," he says. When you follow an animal into a cave, he says, "there is always a danger of it ...

beliefsoftheheart.com/2016/10/04/beware-smiling-crocodiles

Oct 4, 2016 ... I've always pictured my flesh driving me to obviously unhealthy action: greed, ... It's a smiling crocodile. ... Do I really look like such a dolt?

www.planet-science.com/categories/under-11s/our-world/2011/05/smile!.aspx

Did you know that animals show their teeth to communicate, just like humans? Have a look at this picture of a male baboon. What do you think ... Unlike humans , animals don't usually show their teeth when they're happy. Animals have teeth ... Crocodiles use their big, sharp teeth to hold onto food in the water. Try our quiz ...

www.oneworldmagazine.org/tales/crocs/crocsmls.html

Their reputation for grabbing and devouring swimmers has earned crocdilians a ... The upper and lower teeth showing makes them look like they are smiling.

www.wikihow.com/Tell-the-Difference-Between-a-Crocodile-and-an-Alligator

They can crush hard shelled prey, such as turtles, much easier than crocodiles can. Crocodiles tend to eat more fish and mammals. ... They'll almost look like they're smiling, as the fourth tooth on each side of the lower ... Alligators usually have darker, blackish-grey skin.

www.mauldineconomics.com/frontlinethoughts/never-smile-at-a-crocodile

Mar 10, 2015 ... Clear the aisle but never smile at Mister Crocodile ... with this data, if the FOMC does not remove the word patient from its ... Let's look a little deeper into the payroll report. You have to like what you see on the surface, as 11.5 million more .... Going to the Wayman's house was always an adventure, but I ...