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Crocodile at birth -- Foto von PBS PressRoom on Flickr #SPY IN THE WILD, A NATURE MINISERIES | During PBS’ SPY IN THE WILD, A NATURE MINISERIES session at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, CA on Monday, January 16, 2017, executive producer John Downer, series producer Philip Dalton and NATURE series executive producer Fred Kaufman discuss the innovative new series with animatronic spy creatures.  (Premieres Wednesdays, February 1 – March 1, 2017)   .

Crocodile at birth -- Foto von PBS PressRoom on Flickr #SPY IN THE WILD, A NATURE MINISERIES | During PBS’ SPY IN THE WILD, A NATURE MINISERIES session at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, CA on Monday, January 16, 2017, executive producer John Downer, series producer Philip Dalton and NATURE series executive producer Fred Kaufman discuss the innovative new series with animatronic spy creatures. (Premieres Wednesdays, February 1 – March 1, 2017) .

:) Nile crocodiles are the ones that live in Zambia

:) Nile crocodiles are the ones that live in Zambia

Green Alligator Cuba Scuba Diving #cuba#greenalligator#scubadiving

Shark Diving in Cuba's Gardens of the Queen

Green Alligator Cuba Scuba Diving #cuba#greenalligator#scubadiving

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Alligators and Crocodiles of the World by rogerdhall on DeviantArt

Alligators and Crocodiles of the World by rogerdhall on DeviantArt

To "cry crocodile tears" is a common expression used for depicting fake sadness. Crocodiles really do weep while feasting, but not due to remorse. Their eyes can froth and bubble during the feeding. Air pushed through the sinuses could mix with tears in the animal's tear glands, and the whole content could be emptied into the eye, resulting in the tears.

To "cry crocodile tears" is a common expression used for depicting fake sadness. Crocodiles really do weep while feasting, but not due to remorse. Their eyes can froth and bubble during the feeding. Air pushed through the sinuses could mix with tears in the animal's tear glands, and the whole content could be emptied into the eye, resulting in the tears.

"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 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."

Nile #crocodile. #reptile

Nile #crocodile. #reptile

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

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

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

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