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Saltwater Crocodile - Data, Pictures and Videos

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Incredible picture of Saltwater going after its prey a Flying fox 
By John N Agnew 

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@epaiva, Kalia the saltwater croc also had a reputation for killing humans. 13 people were said to be it’s victim and when they cut open it’s stomach, there were bangle fragments inside.
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Saltie fighting, killing and eating a small shark that tried to steal another fish from it, in the popular Prince Regent River in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, in July 2017: https://www.express.co.uk/travel/article...-australia
   

Brutus, which was said to be 18 ft (5.49 m) long, killing a bull shark (Carcarhinus leucas) in Adelaide River, Northern Territory:



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One of Bhitarkanika’s big crocs. Skip to 1:34 for the croc.






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The skeleton measuring 19ft 8in from Bhitarkanika captured in 2005. The actual male was said to be over 20.5ft.

Skip to 2:13 on the video.




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Bhitarkanika:







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Looks like a 16 footer.

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MASSIVE!!!

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Sundarbans






Bhitarkanika





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Bhitarkanika Estuarine Crocodile census:
Hatchlings - 593
Yearlings - 367
Juveniles - 330
Sub-adults - 152
Adults - 336

Albino crocs - 16

All numbers are up from last year.


Croc munching on a snake in Bhitarkanika

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saroshlodhi -The huge estuarine crocodile basking on the mudflat to thermoregulate on a cold winter morning. They are the top aquatic predators in the Sundarbans, can grow upto 20 ft and weigh about a 1000 kgs . This image here is of one huge specimen from the mangroves.
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A big saltie with a cow kill at Bhitarkanika. Look at how small the cow looks next to it!!

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Bhitarkanika



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Skull of huge Saltwater crocodile that measured   5,32 meters long, total length of skull including mandible 86 centimeters long
Credit to @crocodile_desee09

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