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Crocodile Fun Facts

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Crocodiles typically lay 12-48 eggs per nest, and eggs take 55 to 100 days to incubate. The temperature determines the sex of the embryo at a critical point in the incubation period.
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While crocodiles are a living link to dinosaurs, they are the closest living relatives to birds.
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Nile Crocodiles can be up to 20 feet long and weigh over 2,200lbs.
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The "true" crocodiles belong to the family Crocodylidae, while others belong to Alligatoridae.
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Young crocodiles produce grunts and quacks, and older crocodiles may hiss when threatened. When looking to breed, crocodiles may roar.
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Though their brains are relatively small and light compared to their overall size, crocodiles have shown evidence of curiosity and rapid learning.
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Despite efforts to restore crocodile populations, 5 remain critically endangered, with approximately half of the 23 species facing endangerment.
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Crocodiles are roughly 8-12 inches when they hatch and, if they survive infancy, grow approximately 1 foot per year until they are three or four years old.
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Though crocodiles in captivity can reach up to 70 years of age, little is known about the life span of crocodiles in the wild.
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Crocodiles are primarily nocturnal, though they thermoregulate by sunning themselves or retreating to the shade as necessary, so some daytime movement is required.