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Crocodiles (subfamily Crocodylinae) or true crocodiles are large aquatic reptiles that live ...... Jump up ^ "Estuarine Crocodile: Crocodylus porosus. Crocodilians: Natural History Conservation...

200 Million Years of Crocodile Evolution


Feb 3, 2017 ... Of all the reptiles alive today, crocodiles and alligators may be the least changed from their prehistoric forebears of the late Cretaceous period, ...

Crocodiles: Natural History Notebooks


Notes and images of crocodiles, updated from the Canadian Museum of Nature's Natural History Notebooks series.

The first crocodile ancestors - Phys.org


Aug 2, 2016 ... Did you know that birds and crocodiles are practically cousins? ... and therefore should hold important clues to the evolutionary history of these ...

The Mysterious History Of Crocodiles – Cobras.org


Apr 2, 2016 ... The history of crocodiles is fascinating. Very few animals, including humans, have as mysterious a history as the crocs. The only known animal ...

Crocodilians: Natural History and Conservation - Crocodiles ...


Crocodile resource with detailed information on all species, illustrated biology database, images, video and sound, including a section on crocodile talk, links ...

Evolution Of Crocodiles Timeline | Preceden


Three feet long. 5-10lbs. Lived in the swamps of eastern Asia. Ate small animals. Sail on it's back. Split off into pre-historic crocodiles and early dinosaurs.

Crocodiles: Facts & Pictures - Live Science


Jun 25, 2014 ... Crocodiles are large reptiles found in tropical regions of Africa, Asia, the Americas and Australia. They are members of the order Crocodilia, ...

Did Ancient Crocodiles Clash With History's Largest Snakes ...


Sep 14, 2011 ... A newly discovered ancient crocodile lived alongside the largest snake ever to slither across the earth, according to researchers.

crocodile | reptile | Britannica.com


Oct 18, 2016 ... 10-18-2016 See Article History ... Crocodile (order Crocodylia, or Crocodilia), any of 23 species of generally large, ponderous, amphibious ...