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Nile crocodile
Nile crocodiles (Crocodylus niloticus) is a reptile widely distributed on the African continent. Its average length is 19 ft (6 meters), the largest specimens can weight up to a ton. The Nile crocodile has all the characteristics of the perfect aquatic predator. Its eyes, its ears, and its nostrils are all located at the top of its skull, which allows it to follow its prey in a nearly unnoticeable way. Its paws are equipped with claws and its hind paws are webbed, which makes it easier to move both in water and on land, where it can run at nearly 9 mph (15 km/h). The marine crocodile and the Nile crocodile have the most powerful jaws in the animal kingdom.
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