They look so alike!
In December last year, the Nature Conservation Act was amended to allow the harvesting of crocodile eggs. Now, some scientists have slammed the decision as unscientific, opaque and lacking in details. But will the decision really impact croc populations?
These three inspiring women work with reptiles and amphibians day in, day out, dispelling the myth that herpetology is just for the boys.
According to a recent study, a crocodiles ‘predator avoidance dive’ will be affected by rising water temperatures, which make it difficult for crocodiles to remain submerged for long periods of time.
Wildlife experts say that the illegal shooting of the crocodile will now prompt a mad race among other male crocodiles to become the new alpha.
The easiest way to keep people safe around crocodiles is to make sure they understand the risks.
Crocodile eyes are even more finely tuned for hunting than we thought, according to new Australian research.