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Nile crocodile
the common African crocodile, Crocodylus niloticus, sometimes growing to a length of 20 feet (6.1 meter): in some areas it is greatly reduced in number and now rare.
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The Nile crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus) is an African crocodile and may be considered the second largest extant reptile in the world, after the saltwater ...

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The Nile crocodile has a somewhat deserved reputation as a vicious man-eater. The proximity of much of its habitat to people means run-ins are frequent.

How Nile Crocodiles Are Bigger and Badder Than Alligators


May 24, 2016 ... The Nile crocodile—four of which have been found in the state's swamps since 2000—are more dangerous than the native crocodiles and ...

Nile crocodile videos, photos and facts - Crocodylus niloticus | ARKive


One of the largest of all crocodilians, the Nile crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus) is a supremely adapted aquatic predator, with a streamlined body, a long, powerful ...

Nile Crocodile - National Geographic Kids


Although Nile crocodiles resemble armored tanks with huge, teeth-filled mouths, these reptiles are unusually attentive parents. When a large male croc spots a ...

The Nile Crocodile - Tour Egypt


The Nile crocodile (Crocodilus niloticus) actually has a number of suggested subspecies that mostly range through various parts of Africa. It was called msh in  ...

Summary - Nile Crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus), 2010 ...


Family: Crocodylidae. Genus: Crocodylus. Species: Crocodylus niloticus - Nile Crocodile. Body Weight: 70-100 kg. Body Length: 2-3.3 m (6.6 -10.8 ft); maximum  ...

Later, Gator: 'Monster' Nile Crocodiles May Be Invading Florida


May 21, 2016 ... One of the biggest and most aggressive species of crocodiles — the Nile crocodile, commonly found in Africa — has been detected in the wild ...