The Nile Crocidile

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The Nile Crocidile

Hunting has caused the amount of crocidiles in the world to reduce to an extent amount tat speicies all over the world including the Nile crocidile are now endangered.

The nile crocidiles have a very strong caring nature for their babies.Their average life span in the wild is 45 years.

The Nile Crocidile will mainly just eat fish but anything that croses their path they will eat it.

The Nile Crocidile is loated in sub-Saharan Africa, the Nile Basin, and Madagascar in rivers, freshwater marshes, and mangrove swamps

THE NILE CROCIDILE

the mass of an adult: 900 poundsthe lenghth of an adult male: 14ft

They lay around 60 eggs and thy cover the nest with sand and during the incubation period which can last around 90 days.

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