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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 THE AMERICAN CROCODILE(Crocodylus acutus) The colors are greenish-gray They can grow up to 12 feet long! This specific animal is a reptile The American Crocodile live in Mangrove swamps and other low-energy, subtropical and tropical coastal habitats. An American Crocodile also live in Florida, Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America This animal is a predator. Watch out other animals! Did you know that you can tell female and male difference just by their size? About them: Dietary system: They are one of the top on the water food chain They mostly just like to eat fish and other sea animals This animal eats rarely but when they do eat, they eat through the whole day Works Cited Behavior and Reproduction The American Crocodile don't live alone, they live in groups. The American Crocodile can live up to 70 years! Once the newborns are hatched the parents only look after them for either several days or several months They release 8-56 eggs at a time! They usually lay their eggs near a dirt land near the edge of the water The pregnancy for an American Crocodile is different than humans. Humans wait around 8 months, while crocodiles wait 2-3 months. Their weight at the min. is 150 and the max. is 450lbs. The difference between the alligator and the crocodile is that the crocodile have 4 bottom teeth on their jaw Their mating season is Jan -Feb. Their food chain goes as such:Weed----Fish-----Crocodile If the american crocodile left their food chain, it wouldn't make a difference. It is the highest point, so nothing else would die "American Crocodile (Crocodylus acutus)." Beacham's Guide to the Endangered Species of North America. Ed. Walton Beacham, Frank V. Castronova, and Suzanne Sessine. Vol. 1. Detroit: Gale, 2001. Science in Context. Web. 18 Nov. 2-14
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