Species: Crocodrile. (Crocodylidae)
Scientific classification: Reptile, vertebrate, carnivor.
Physical characteristics: Fints and big mouth and big tail

Population and distribution: The American crocodile is found along the eastern coast of the Pacific Ocean from western Mexico south to Ecuador, and along the western coast of the Atlantic Ocean from Guatemala north to the southern tip of Florida. It is present in southern United States, Central America and northern South America.

Habitat: Esturiane, coastal, and freshwater habitats.

Behaviour: Very bad
Feeding: The crocodile feeds primarily on fish, but will eat crustaceans, turtles and occasionally birds and mammals.
Life cycle: Averages about 45 years.
Breeding / Reproduction: 20-60 eggs.
Social structure:
Predation and danger:
Relationship with humans: Is danger.
Interesting facts: The girl crocodrile is green clear and the boy crocodile is green dark.