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Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius)

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Big male 4,60 meters long in Puerto Miranda, Estado Guarico, Venezuela



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Big male in Hato El Frio, Apure, Venezuela

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Big female about 3,50 meters long ready to lay her eggs, we found her very late at night at 2am when we were looking for big cats (Jaguars and Pumas) we stayed for a few minutes and left her alone in Hato el Frio, Apure, Venezuela

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Largest Orinoco Crocodile skull in Venezuelan museums in Museo de Estación Biológica Rancho Grande, Maracay, Venezuela. It measured 68,9 centimeters long and 31,5 centimeters wide.
Crocodile expert Mr Andrés Eloy Seijas holding the skull and picture 2 courtesy of Mr Arnaldo Ferrer

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Feeding a wild female Orinoco crocodile in Hato El Frio, Apure, Venezuela



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Closeup of head of huge male close to 5 meters long in Puerto Miranda, Estado Guarico, Venezuela

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Holding a Orinoco Crocodile skull

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I have always found Crocodylus intermedius an interesting crocodile
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(12-01-2018, 03:18 AM)epaiva Wrote: Largest Orinoco Crocodile skull in Venezuelan museums in Museo de Estación Biológica Rancho Grande, Maracay, Venezuela. It measured 68,9 centimeters long and 31,5 centimeters wide.
Crocodile expert Mr Andrés Eloy Seijas holding the skull and picture 2 courtesy of Mr Arnaldo Ferrer

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(01-19-2019, 09:10 PM)epaiva Wrote: Holding a Orinoco Crocodile skull

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Wow! The one you're holding looks close enough in size.
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@epaiva That must be thrilling experience... at least for us
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(01-21-2019, 09:54 AM)Rishi Wrote:
(12-01-2018, 03:18 AM)epaiva Wrote: Largest Orinoco Crocodile skull in Venezuelan museums in Museo de Estación Biológica Rancho Grande, Maracay, Venezuela. It measured 68,9 centimeters long and 31,5 centimeters wide.
Crocodile expert Mr Andrés Eloy Seijas holding the skull and picture 2 courtesy of Mr Arnaldo Ferrer

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(01-19-2019, 09:10 PM)epaiva Wrote: Holding a Orinoco Crocodile skull

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Wow! The one you're holding looks close enough in size.
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The one I am holding is a lot smaller than the largest one in Collections in Venezuela, this one comes from a specimen 3,65 meters long and the largest one comes from a very big male it measures 68,8 cent long, almost as long as the one of Lolong the largest Saltwater Crocodile captured that measure 70 cent long, Lolong measured  6,17 meters long
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Female defending its nest in Hato El Frio, Estado Apure, Venezuela

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Female Orinoco Crocodile in Hato El Frío Apure, Venezuela

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Female Orinoco crocodile in Hato El Frio, Apure, Venezuela

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