Information about the American Crocodile:
The American Crocodile is a large, carnivorous reptile native to the swamps, streams and other waterways of the Neotropics. Of the four living species of Crocodile it is the most numerous and widespread, reaching from the Atlantic to the Pacific in parts of Mexico down well into South America. There are also populations in Cuba and Jamaica. They are very large reptiles, with some older males reaching lengths of over fifteen feet. Crocodiles can slow their rate of digestion during cold weather and go many weeks without eating. Like many of the world's large crocodiles, their conservation status is considered endangered due to overhunting and habitat loss.
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