From top to bottom, we have the American crocodile, spectacled caiman and American alligator.

Can you spot the differences before looking at the answer? SPOILER ALERT (answer): From top to bottom, we have the American crocodile, spectacled caiman and American alligator. FWC photo by Kevin Enge

Costa Rica, American Saltwater Crocodiles, Rio Tarcoles, Carara Wildlife Refuge

Costa Rica, American Saltwater Crocodiles, Rio Tarcoles, Carara Wildlife Refuge don't want these big ol' boys as neighbors. i want to feed birds, not crocs

[Protected Status: ENDANGERED] The American crocodile is considered an endangered species in nearly all parts of its North, Central, and South American range. Survey data, except in the United States, is poor or nonexistent, but conservationists agree that illegal hunting and habitat depletion has reduced populations of this wide-ranging reptile to critical levels.

rhamphotheca: American Crocodile Emerging From the Water Photograph by Gianfranco Lanzetti Critically endangered in the United States, the prehistoric-looking American crocodile struggles to survive in pockets of shrinking habitat. (via: National Geo)

listening to crocodile rock so i had to lol love this song and love this crock for helpin me do my  crocodile rockin

listening to crocodile rock so i had to lol love this song and love this crock for helpin me do my crocodile rockin

American crocodile - Wikipedia

American crocodile - Wikipedia

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

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

A fabulous croc down in New Orleans. Now picture your boat is about 12 inches above the water.

American Crocodile - Crocodylus acutus - In its limited range, southernmost Florida, including the Everglades and Keys, it is a rarer sight than is the alligator. Usually paler than the alligator, it displays the fourth tooth of its bottom jaw when the mouth is closed and its snout is longer, thinner and V-shaped; identifying differences from the American alligator ( Alligator mississippiensis) - Image : Tomás Castelazo / December 31, 2005 / La Manzanilla, Jalisco, Mexico

Florida- American crocodile This animal in on the top of the food chain. Nothing can beat him except armed human. They are very strong and have steel jaws! The fact is that this crocodile would easily kill all the other animals from this text.

American crocodiles are well adapted to life in both the fresh and salt water of Central America's tropical wetlands.

American crocodiles are well adapted to life in both the fresh and salt water of Central America's tropical wetlands.

Object #112 | American Crocodile => Read & Listen: https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/100years/american-crocodile/ ------------------------- Hunting and habitat destruction have caused severe declines in Florida’s American Crocodile populations. Conservation efforts brought crocodiles back from the edge of extinction, but continued management is needed. #endangered #brink #collections #herpetology #FM100Yrs

Object #112 | American Crocodile => Read & Listen: https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/100years/american-crocodile/ ------------------------- Hunting and habitat destruction have caused severe declines in Florida’s American Crocodile populations. Conservation efforts brought crocodiles back from the edge of extinction, but continued management is needed. #endangered #brink #collections #herpetology #FM100Yrs

An American Crocodile on a bank of the Rio Tarcoles.

An American Crocodile on a bank of the Rio Tarcoles.

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