Definition of croc
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The ancient croc likely walked on land, hunting its prey with its massive teeth and jaws.
Unlike its living relatives, the croc probably strolled on upright legs, the researchers say.
Williams replied that the agency’s croc specialist would have choices available later in the day.
The only recorded attack on humans in the U.S. occurred in Coral Gables in 2014 when a couple left a party for a late-night swim in a nearby canal designated as a croc habitat.
A bush plane on day three will bring you to Mana Pools National Park on the Zambezi flood plains, known for elephant, hippo, and croc sightings.
When in Florida (YEARS ago) a ranger informed me how to determine the length of a gator or croc.
Luckily, Lesuffleur was rescued before the croc could do any more damage, and she was removed from the park by stretcher and taken to the nearest hospital, where she is expected to make a full recovery.
And the one with the baby croc in the mom's mouth—that might be my favorite.
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