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Saltwater Crocodile

Crocodylus porosus


Also known as the Esturarine Crocodile. It is the largest of all living reptiles as well as the largest terrestrial and riparian predator in the world. Reported to grow to lengths of 7 metres, the average size is 4 metres. They reproduce in the wet season with the female laying up to 60 eggs at a time.


This one spotted in the Norman River of northern Qld.

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KerryHawkins 5 years ago

Sure is Alice. Great to see one of these guys in their natural habitat.

alicelongmartin 5 years ago


Queensland, Australia

Lat: -17.67, Long: 141.08

Spotted on Jul 27, 2011
Submitted on May 27, 2013

Spotted for mission

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