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Orinoco Crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius)

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( This post was last modified: 08-22-2018, 08:10 AM by epaiva )

Orinoco crocodile fishing in the current, it stayed in the same spot for a long time and captured a good number of fishes their principal prey.
Big female ready to lay the eggs, we found this big female late at night when we were looking for big cats (Jaguars and Pumas)
Photos taken in Hato El Frio, Estado Apure, Venezuela.
Distribution of Orinoco crocodiles today with the four more important populations numbered, they are: 1 Rio Manapire (guarico); 2 Rio Cojedes (Cojedes); Hato El Frio and Rio Capanaparo, in Estado Apure. Taken from the book Lois Crocodilia de Venezuela: Ecologia y Conservacion (Andres Eloy Seijas)

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