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The Crocodile

The crocodile is a large amphibious animal. In appearance, it is somewhat like a lizard. It is a carnivorous animal i.e. it feeds on flesh. Crocodiles have powerful jaws with many conical teeth and short legs with clawed, webbed toes. The tail is long and massive and the skin thick and plated. There are about 20 recognized species of crocodiles in the present world. All crocodiles have a relatively long snout, or muzzle, which are varies considerably in proportions and shape. Crocodiles have large horny plates covering most of the body, which are generally arranged in a regular pattern. Thick, bony plates occur on the back. The crocodiles are found mainly in most of Africa south of the Sahara, Madagascar, India, Sri Lanka, Southeast Asia, the East Indies, Northern Australia, China, Mexico and Central America, South America, the West Indies, and most of South America east of the Andes and north of the mouth of the Rio de la Plata.
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