Nile Crocodile in Diergaarde Blijdorp (Zoo Rotterdam, the Netherlands). The Nile Crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus) is the largest of the four crocodile species found in Africa. They have a maximum length of 6.2 m from the head to the tip of the tail. They usually weigh 225 kg, but will reach weights of up to 730 kg. The males grow up to 30% larger than the females. There are an estimated 250,000 to 500,000 individuals in the wild. The Nile Crocodile is found throughout most of Africa…
The feared saltwater crocodile of northern Australia has seen a population rebound since hunting of it was banned in 1970. The rebound in numbers has led to calls for safari-style hunting of the species. - Focusing on Wildlife
More #Crocodile Species Discovered #bioblitz @nytimes - Biologists have determined that African slender-snouted crocodiles from West Africa and Central Africa are distinct species that diverged about seven million years ago.
Siamese crocodiles are one of the most endangered crocodile species in the wild. Their last remaining stronghold are the slow moving rivers and swamps of Cambodia, where the population is thought to number fewer than 5,000 individuals
Australian Animals : Australia has more than 378 mammal species, 828 bird species, 4000 fish species, 300 species of lizards, 140 snake species, two crocodile species and around 50 types of marine mammal. More than 80 per cent of our plants, mammals, reptiles and frogs are unique to Australia and are found no-where else.