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Human activity 'driving half of world's crocodile species to extinction'  Crocodile researcher warns the reptiles face a ‘bleak future’, but Australia’s saltwater and freshwater species have a brighter outlook due to hunting ban

Human activity 'driving half of world's crocodile species to extinction'

Human activity 'driving half of world's crocodile species to extinction' Crocodile researcher warns the reptiles face a ‘bleak future’, but Australia’s saltwater and freshwater species have a brighter outlook due to hunting ban

Orange dwarf crocodiles living in the caves of central Africa could be evolving into a new and separate species, say scientists, giving us a fascinating look at animal adaptation happening before our very eyes.

Orange dwarf crocodiles living in the caves of central Africa could be evolving into a new and separate species, say scientists, giving us a fascinating look at animal adaptation happening before our very eyes.

Fossils of two new ancient crocodile species discovered

Fourteen closely related crocodiles existed around 5 million years ago -- ScienceDaily

BBC News - Skull fragments reveal new ancient crocodile species

Skull fragments reveal new crocodile

Two fossilised fragments from a crocodile skull found on the Isle of Wight indicate the discovery of a new species, researchers say.

Thirteen million years ago, as many as seven different species of crocodiles hunted in the swampy waters of what is now northeastern Peru, new research shows. This hyperdiverse assemblage, revealed through more than a decade of work in Amazon bone beds, contains the largest number of crocodile species co-existing in one place at any time in Earth's history, likely due to a food source that forms a small part of modern crocodile diets: mollusks

Crocodiles rocked pre-Amazonian Peru: Seven crocodile species found in single 13-million-year-old bone bed

Handout of a model of a life reconstruction of the head of Gnatusuchus pebasenis, short-faced crocodile

New ancient crocodile species discovered in Columbian mine.

The new prehistoric croc species pursues prey while a Titanoboa snake lurks above (artist's conception). Illustration by Danielle Byerley, Florida Museum of Natural History

New crocodile found. A figure from the journal paper showing pictures and diagrams of the skull

Skull fragments reveal new crocodile

An international group of paleontologists writing in the journal Nature Communications has described two new prehistoric species of crocodile from fossils found in the region of Urumaco, Venezuela.

At least 7 crocodile species lived in the Urumaco region, Venezuela, during the late Miocene (University of Zurich)

Seven distinct African crocodile species, not just three, biologists show

New Crocodile Species Discovered in West Africa--The central African slender-snouted crocodiles are now known as M.

A 13-million-year-old Miocene crocodile fossil offered a look at how South American and Indian gavialoids - a group of mostly extinct crocodile species - evolved separately to have telescoped eyes.

A Miocene crocodile fossil offered a look at how South American and Indian gavialoids - a group of mostly extinct crocodile species - evolved separately to have telescoped eyes.

It is the smallest extant crocodile species in the world. Recent sampling has identified three genetically distinct populations.  www.facebook.com/photoMZ

It is the smallest extant crocodile species in the world. Recent sampling has identified three genetically distinct populations.

Skull fragments reveal new ancient crocodile species

Skull fragments reveal new crocodile

Two tiny bone fragments make complete crocodile skull. Dr Steve Sweetman discusses the tiny crocodile skull that was discovered on the Isle of Wight.

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