Salt Water Crocs

The salt-water crocodile, Crocodylus porosis, is often associated with the northern part of Australia, but the animal ranges from eastern India through Southeast Asia to Australia. Yes, the animal is found in salt water. This is a big creature. Salties can often reach 18 or more feet in length and weigh a ton. They have long lives, and can reach age 70. They are quite capable of preying on people, and every year salt water crocs kill a few people and may eat them. They are powerful swimmers, and in bursts can reach 15 to 18 miles an hour, much faster than the fastest human swimmer. In the period 1971 to 2013, Australia saw 106 human deaths because of the crocodile. That’s much higher than the number of people killed worldwide by sharks. Like sharks, the crocodile can be dangerous, but like sharks, they are threatened by human exploitation. Salt water crocodiles are so far not in danger of extinction, but crocodile hides are valuable. There is some thought that some in the leather business encourage the idea of crocs as man eaters, to lessen the prospect of protective regulations.

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