20 ft long crocodiles used to have long legs, allowing them to emerge from water gallop at other animals at full speed.
A local fisherman in Costa Rica nursed a crocodile back to health after it had being shot in the head, and released the reptile back to its home. The next day, the man discovered “Pocho” had followed him home and was sleeping on the mans porch. For 20 years Pocho became part of the mans family.
A man rescued a dying crocodile, looked after it, tried to release the croc into the wild, but the croc kept coming back. The two became ‘best friends’ and for the next 20 years, Chito (man) used to get into the water to swim, kiss, hug, play with ‘Pocho’ the 5-meter, 450kg croc.
There was a now extinct species of crocodile that could gallop.
A man rescued a crocodile and they became inseparable best friends.
A sea-kayaker was once trapped on a remote Australian island for 2 weeks due to an enormous saltwater crocodile.
Crocodiles and alligators cannot stick out their tongues.