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How long is the biggest crocodile in the world?
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The world's largest crocodile is a monster of a reptile. Named Cassius, this nearly 18-foot-long (5.48 meters) Australian saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) was crowned the world's largest captive croc by Guinness World Records on Jan. 1, 2011.
What is the second largest crocodile?
There are numerous species of crocodiles, ranging from the dwarf crocodile, which seldom grows beyond a length of 1.5 m (5 ft), to the saltwater crocodile, which attains a length of 4 - 5.5 m (13 - 18 ft) at full growth. The second largest species is the Nile crocodile with an average length of 4 - 5 m.
Where is the biggest crocodile located?
The Saltwater crocodiles are the largest living crocodiles on earth, found in Indo-Pacific region. Saltwater Crocodiles are the largest species of crocodile in the world and also the largest of all living reptiles.
Do crocodiles live in the United States?
The only place to find wild American crocodiles in the United States is in the mangrove swamps of the southernmost tip of Florida. There, crocodiles can live up to 50 years and grow more than 6 feet in length!