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Crocodiles

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Saltwater crocodiles often grow to over four metres in the Top End of northern Australia. These are dangerous animals and may be found in almost any place where there is water - rivers, creeks, billabongs and the sea. The freshwater crocodile is smaller and less dangerous, nevertheless both are large predators. Saltwater crocodiles have attacked and killed people.

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Photo Captions for Crocodiles

Image #1. Crocodiles Large saltwater crocodile captured by rangers in Kakadu National Park

Image #2. Crocodiles Kakadu Park rangers with the 4-metre crocodile that killed a German tourist at Sandy Billabong in Kakadu NP. Warning sign behind the croc.

Image #3. Crocodiles Kakadu Park rangers with the 4-metre crocodile that killed a German tourist at Sandy Billabong in Kakadu NP

Image #4. Crocodiles Large saltwater crocodile basks on the bank of a Top End billabong

Image #5. Crocodiles Gagudju Crocodile Hotel, Jabiru. Kakadu NP

Image #6. Crocodiles Wildlife at Yellow Water wetlands, Kakadu NP. tourism travel wetland water reptile fauna. saltwater crocodile soaking up the morning sun. paperbark swamp

Image #7. Crocodiles Kakadu National Park - Yellow Water billabong - saltwater crocodile porosus reptile predator wetlands

Image #8. Crocodiles Large saltwater crocodile basks on the bank of a Top End billabong

Image #9. Crocodiles Kakadu National Park - Yellow Water billabong - wetlands fauna reptile saltwater crocodile predator

Image #10. Crocodiles Kakakdu National Park - Yellow Water - saltwater crocodile swimming in a Top End billabong. waterway wetlands reptile predator lillies

Image #11. Crocodiles Arafura Swamp area in Arnhem Land, northern Australia. saltwater crocodile

Image #12. Crocodiles floodplains and coastal areas out into the Arafura Sea. Crocodile behind the shorebreak

Image #13. Crocodiles Saltwater crocodile - reptile predator - native of northern Australia. Tourist beside display at the Territory Wildlife Park. Aylia

Image #14. Crocodiles Arafura Swamp area in Arnhem Land, northern Australia. Large crocodiles

Image #15. Crocodiles Gurruwilling rangers search, capture and record the details of crocodiles in the Glyde River: Peter Djigirr (red hat), Peter Barukala (white hair), Alan Mace (dark hair)

Image #16. Crocodiles Kakadu National Park late in the dry season just after some rains. Danger crocodiles - do not swim

Image #17. Crocodiles Kakadu National Park late in the dry season just after some rains. southern part of park including - around the headwaters of the South Alligator river

Image #18. Crocodiles Kakadu National Park - Yellow water area is one of the most diverse wetlands in the Top End containing many birds and reptiles such as crocodiles.

Image #19. Crocodiles Kakadu National Park - Yellow water area is one of the most diverse wetlands in the Top End containing many birds and reptiles such as crocodiles. Owned by Aboriginal people

Image #20. Crocodiles saltwater crocodile at corroboree billabong

Image #21. Crocodiles Kakadu National Park late in the dry season just after some rains. Yellow water area is one of the most diverse wetlands in the Top End containing many birds and reptiles such as crocodiles. Owned by Aboriginal people

Image #22. Crocodiles Pollen covers the water as a saltwater crocodile basks in Yellow Water billabong

Image #23. Crocodiles Kakadu National Park late in the dry season just after some rains. Yellow water area is one of the most diverse wetlands in the Top End containing many birds and reptiles such as crocodiles. Owned by Aboriginal people

Image #24. Crocodiles Nitmiluk NP - freshwater crocodile

Image #25. Crocodiles Nitmiluk NP - freshwater crocodile

Image #26. Crocodiles Nitmiluk NP - tourism destination - freshwater crocodile

Image #27. Crocodiles Fishing the run-off on the South Alligator river with crocodile

Image #28. Crocodiles Fishing at Goose Creek on Melville Island, from Melville Island Lodge, Tiwi Adventures. Large saltwater crocodile

Image #29. Crocodiles Fishing at Goose Creek on Melville Island, saltwater crocodile

Image #30. Crocodiles Mud crabbers fish for mud crabs at the mouth of the Roper River, in the Gulf of Carpentaria. Camp at Roper River mouth - crocodile cruises the Roper

Image #31. Crocodiles Saltwater crocodile in a billabong - wet season downpour

Image #32. Crocodiles Saltwater crocodile cruises Top End billabong in the northern wet season

Image #33. Crocodiles Large Saltwater crocodile feeds on a Top End floodplain

Image #34. Crocodiles Alister Barker with a large crocodile at Janamba Farm. saltwater, industry. skin, primary.

Image #35. Crocodiles Saltwater crocodile in Top End billabong

Image #36. Crocodiles Wildlife at Mt Borradaile area, Arnhem Land. . Large saltwater crocodile buried in mud

Image #37. Crocodiles A large saltwater crocodile of about four metres devours a barramundi in a remote billabong.

Image #38. Crocodiles Fishing at Goose Creek on Melville Island, from Melville Island Lodge, Tiwi Adventures. Large saltwater crocodile

Image #39. Crocodiles Wildlife in Mt Borradaile region, in the Top End of the Northern Territory. Freshwater crocodile with barramundi in its jaws.

Image #40. Crocodiles Wildlife in Mt Borradaile region, in the Top End of the Northern Territory. Freshwater crocodile with barramundi in its jaws.

 

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