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Crocodilia

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For example, it is illegal to intentionally feed, or entice with feed, any crocodilian unless held in captivity under a permit issued by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWCC) or otherwise provided.
Living crocodilians range from diminutive forest dwellers to behemoths that eat wildebeests, bison, and, occasionally, people.
Crocodilians are a treasure trove of adaptations that can help us understand the form, function and evolution of many animals.
Summary of the collections of snakes and crocodilians made in Mexico under the Walter Rathbone Bacon traveling scholarship.
Sebekia is a pentastomids genus generally associated with crocodilians, and the species of this genus use fishes as intermediate host.
In other words, don't expect crocodilians to behave like higher mammals such as the lion, where factors like age or infirmity may inculcate a deliberate predilection for something soft and pink with no fur or claws.
This means any dangerous or venomous snakes, lizards, spiders and crocodilians, or other animals that can cause a potential risk to the public, require a licence.
Alligators & Crocodiles of the World A crocodile specialist will take the audience from the birth of crocodilians to adulthood.
Crocodilians feature high vocal and hearing capacities and their sexual and parental interactions are marked by different vocalizations (Wever 1971, Vergne & Mathevon 2008, Benko & Perc 2009, Wang et al.
The two species are the most abundant crocodilians in the Brazilian Amazon (VASCONCELOS, 2005).