Not of crocodiles," Hook corrected him, "but of that one crocodile.
Smee," he said huskily, "that crocodile would have had me before this, but by a lucky chance it swallowed a clock which goes tick tick inside it, and so before it can reach me I hear the tick and bolt.
I have often," said Smee, "noticed your strange dread of crocodiles.
He realized that he was in the creature's hidden nest far under the bank of the stream, and that doubtless the only means of ingress or egress lay through the submerged opening through which the crocodile had brought him.
The leg which had been held within the jaws of the crocodile was badly lacerated, but the bone had not been broken, nor were the muscles or tendons sufficiently injured to render it useless.
As the ape-man reached the surface he saw the heads of two great crocodiles but a short distance from him.
A bailiff banded the dead leaf to the crocodile
, who made a doleful shake of the head, and passed it on to the president, who gave it to the procurator of the king in the ecclesiastical court, and thus it made the circuit of the hail.
Paul's on the lid, and the crocodile book, when Peggotty, after looking at me several times, and opening her mouth as if she were going to speak, without doing it - which I thought was merely gaping, or I should have been rather alarmed - said coaxingly:
We had exhausted the crocodiles, and begun with the alligators, when the garden-bell rang.
Minister for Environment Leeanne Enoch has praised wildlife officers who have safely removed a 4 metre crocodile
from the Endeavour River at Cooktown.
Sixteen additional crocodile
farms have been approved under an international conservation treaty to export Siamese crocodiles
, bringing the total number of recognised farms in Cambodia to 21, according to a government official.
hatchling swim inside a pen at Nyanyana Crocodile
Farm in Kariba, in this picture taken April 2, 2014.