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What is the habitat of the Saltwater Crocodile?
Saltwater crocodiles spend the tropical wet season in freshwater
swamps and rivers, moving downstream to estuaries in the dry
seasons, and sometimes traveling far out to sea. Crocoldiles
compete fiercely with each other for territory, with dominant males
occupying the most eligible stretches of freshwater creeks and
streams. Because of this fight for territory, crocodiles are very
widespread, ranging from the coast of India to norther Australia,
as well as odd places such as the Sea of Japan. They can swim 15-18
miles per hour in short bursts, but when cruising, they swim at 2
to 3 miles per hour. ~ Hexedgirl92
A saltwater crocodiles' habitat, is in the forst or in a swamp.