what is currently being done to Nile crocodiles
The nile crocodile is not an endangered species, still quite common.
The Nile crocodile is not endangered.
Only the dwarf crocodile of the congo. The nile crocodile is present in large numbers.
The nile crocodile is the one that i know for sure is endangered. But check out National Geographic to find out more animals.
It depends on the species but yes, the majority of crocodile species are endangered. The only species that is currently critiqually endangered is the 'golden crocodile'. The nile crocodile used to be endangered but thanks to conservation programs their numbers have increased rapidly.
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Nile crocodile was created in 1768.
The nile crocodile is the large crocodile of the African rivers, very dangerous to humans.
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The Nile Crocodile lives in the African Continent.
nile crocodile who would win
The scientific name for Nile crocodile is Crocodylus Nilterius
The Nile Crocodile breeds about once per year
The american crocodile lives in the continent of americas. The nile crocodile lives in africa. They will never meet each other.
The nile crocodile moves slowly on land,but it's fast in water.
The nile crocodile and the Indo-pacific or salwater crocodile.The saltwater and Nile crocodiles each are vicious man killers.
There are the nile crocodile, camels, and monkeys.
what is the height of a nile crocdile
the nile crocodile
The Crocodile is spread throughout much of the world, ranging from the southern states of America (the American Crocodile), to the River Nile (Nile Crocodile) and Australia (Saltwater Crocodile).
The Nile Crocodile lives in Northern Africa (by the Nile River), South America, and rarely they can live in southern India.
The Nile crocodile is threatened by pollution, hunting, and habitat loss. The are a protect species. The Nile crocodile is a opportunistic hunter and has been know to kill humans by the waters edge.
Crocodile. The Nile Crocodile is the largest.
In water, the nile crocodile would win and eat the moose. On land, the moose and the crocodile have a winning match if the moose does not slice the crocodile with its antlers.
An average nile crocodile will weigh 500 kg (1100 lbs)
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