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 Crocodiles are large, reptilian predators, and are some of the most dangerous animals on the planet.

African Crocodiles can be found all throughout the middle of Africa, and other varieties of Crocs can be found in North & South America, Australia, and parts of Asia.

Crocodiles lay up to 50 eggs at a time, and can carry their young in their mouth.

Their diet consists of just about anything unfortunate to wonder near the edge of a watering hole.

We hope you enjoy learning about them!

Click here to read more in-depth about Crocodiles.

Here’s some facts about Crocodiles.

Here you can learn about the Egyptian Crocodile god, Sobek.

Here’s a resource tool on Crocodiles.

Here’s some odd facts about Crocodiles.

Here’s a page about Nile Crocodiles.

This page talks about how fast Crocodiles are.

Here’s an audio podcast about Saltwater Crocodiles.

Click here to learn about different species of Crocodiles.

Here’s some Crocodile safety tips.

Here’s an audio podcast about Australian Saltwater Crocodiles.

Here’s a Crocodile photo gallery.

Here’s a fact page.


Here’s a fact video.


 Here’s a video about Crocodiles’ deadly hunting style.

Here’s a documentary about the discovery of Crocodiles that inhabit the Sahara Desert.

This video is about a search for huge Crocodiles. 

Here’s a documentary about a man who swims with Crocodiles.

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