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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 American Crocodiles American crocodiles are normaly up to 15 ft. and they weigh about 2,000 lbs. They are a grayish-greenish color, a little bit grayer than this Female and Male crocodiles are different by there size, shape, and behavior. These alligators are reptiles and carnivores! One of the largest known populations of American Crocodiles is in the Dominicans Republic's Lago Enriquillo, a landlocked, hypersaline lake located about 131 ft below sea level. Physicall apperances: Habitat and Range: They live in brackish or saltwater areas, and can be found in ponds, coves, and creeks in mangrove swamps. They live in the North, Central, and South American range. Diet and Role: Head of American crocodile under water and partly buried by sand. A crocodile will eat almost anything that moves. Hatchlings and young crocodiles eat small fish, snails, crustaceans, and insects. Adults feed mostly at night on fish, crabs, turtles, snakes, and small mammals. American Crocodiles are preys to other scavengers Why are American Crocodiles endangered?: The American Crocodile is only really becoming extinction in the U.S. and it is because of loss to their natural habitat more than anything else and people kill them for there skin to make purses, shoes and belts. Works Cited Animal Diversity Web. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Nov. 2014. <>. The Animal Files. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Nov. 2014. <>. National Geographic. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Nov. 2014. <>. Paw Nation. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Nov. 2014. <>. Behavior and Reproduction: Mating Season: January and FebruaryGestation: 2-3 month egg incubation Clutch size: 35-50 eggs In April or May, the female crocodile will build a nest of loose dirt in a mound by the water's edge and lay her eggs. She buries the eggs and fiercely guards her nest. When the eggs hatch in July or early August, the female helps carry her young to the water. But, unlike the alligator, she will not continue to care for her young. American Crocodiles are a shy and reclusive species.
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