TH3937-D. American Crocodile (Crocodylus acutus) rests in seagrass amongst mangrove. They can swim as fast as 20 mph in short bursts. Males are larger than females, averaging 11 and 9 feet long respectively. Hatchlings average 10 inches and begin life feeding on insects, eventually switching to fish, invertebrates, mammals and carrion. Cuba, Caribbean Sea.<br />
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TH3937-D. American Crocodile (Crocodylus acutus) rests in seagrass amongst mangrove. They can swim as fast as 20 mph in short bursts. Males are larger than females, averaging 11 and 9 feet long respectively. Hatchlings average 10 inches and begin life feeding on insects, eventually switching to fish, invertebrates, mammals and carrion. Cuba, Caribbean Sea.
Photo Copyright © Brandon Cole. All rights reserved worldwide. www.brandoncole.com

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