"Cassius Clay, a 100-year-old saltwater crocodile, awaits a weigh-in at his pool in Queensland, Australia. He has officially been recognized by Guinness as the largest crocodile in captivity anywhere in the world."

Day in pictures: 15 September 2011

"Cassius Clay, a saltwater crocodile, awaits a weigh-in at his pool in Queensland, Australia. He has officially been recognized by Guinness as the largest crocodile in captivity anywhere in the world."Wow that's a BIG crocodile!

Steve Irwin was a firm believer that crocodiles- all creatures- felt love or at least a protective instinct for their significant others. I'm with him.

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Saltwater Croc on the Adelaide River Jumping Crocc Tour by jonclark2000, via Flickr

Saltwater Croc on the Adelaide River Jumping Croc Tour. The saltwater or estuarine crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) is the largest of all living reptiles.

This crocodile was wounded by a hunter and this man took care of him. During three years, gave him food to the mouth and treated his wounds. This friendship lasted 23 years, until Poncho died.

Poncho, The Friendly Crocodile

A fabulous croc down in New Orleans...doin the croc dance....

Friend found a fabulous croc down in New Orleans...

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Alligator or crocodile? Oh, well. The white is still striking.

Hungry croc in the Adelaide river, Australia

I think Australia either got radio active at some point or they discovered time travel and some idiot decided to bring back dinosaurs.

A baby crocodile camouflaged among weed[s] in a pond, Tangerang, Indonesia by Yensen Tan - telegraph.co

Pictures of the day: 20 January 2016

Saltwater Crocodile or Estuarine Crocodile  surfacing to breath, Oro Bay, Papua New Guinea by Mike Parry.

Saltwater Crocodile or Estuarine Crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) surfacing to breath, Oro Bay, Papua New Guinea by Mike Parry

Saltwater crocodile. Largest reptile- Australia. They can stay underwater for 2 hours.  Lifespan: 70 years  Male: 880-2,200 lbs./ 14-17 ft. long Female: 180-220 lbs./7.5-11 ft. long

The Saltwater Crocodile, Crocodylus porosus, is the largest of all living reptiles. It is found in suitable habitats from Northern Australia through Southeast Asia to the eastern coast of India.

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