Choose and print a coloring picture of a dangerous and hungry crocodile. There are different types of crocodiles. Here, you will find a different kind of crocodile. Yes, Crocodile coloring pictures are here.
The most abundant species can grow up to eight and a half meters long. The smallest one is just over two meters long. A crocodile can not only bite, it can also hit its tail dangerously hard.
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This reptile, even if it doesn’t look like it, has a vital function within the ecosystem due to the activities it performs inside it, an example of this is the support of water shelters during droughts.
The crocodile belongs to the family Crocodylidae; it receives the scientific name of Crocodylus niloticus. This one has very peculiar physical characteristics, and it has powerful teeth with which it can easily break any object, even bones.
The crocodile is among the giant reptiles in existence. It can reach a length of six meters and a weight of 1,700 kilos. The strength of its jaws is impressive: even a relatively small specimen of 50 kilos is capable of exerting a force equivalent to 700 kilos.
When we go to a zoo, we usually observe that they can stay for hours on end sunbathing on the banks, and the reason is that they save energy for the night hours when they are more active. This incredible animal has speedy reflexes and is considered to have a high locomotive ability.
Its body is flat and elongated, being its color a little darker on the top of these. Crocodiles are animals that define themselves by imposing a dominant behavior within their territory, even defending it with physical gestures and even vocalizations. Finally, the crocodile can regulate its body temperature. The crocodile is a rather large and heavy reptile.
Crocodile’s weight can range from about 500 to 1,700 kilograms. But it will depend on its species, food, development, and habitat conditions since it will vary concerning these characteristics. The size will also depend on the mentioned characteristics, being its size between 1.5 and 8.5 meters.