Facts about Crocodile:
- Crocodiles’ focused locations are in tropical regions where the hot temperature plays an important role in stabilized the body temperature of the crocodiles. Therefore, the most famous regions that contains crocodiles are Africa, the Americas, Australia, and Asia.
- Crocodiles are from the family, which names Crocodilia, which includes other kinds such as, Caimans, Gharials, and Alligators.
- However, crocodiles have many other species that reaches 13 different kinds, where the smallest one is called dwarf crocodile while the largest one is called the saltwater crocodile.
- Additionally, the dwarf crocodile grows about 5.6 feet and its weighs is from 13 to 15 pounds, while the saltwater crocodile grows about 20.24 feet and weighs up to 2,000 pounds.