Philippine crocodile is considered to be the most endangered crocodilian in the world. View information on this species at the UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre. Status Survey crocodile PDF Conservation Action Plan.
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Wildscreen is a registered charity in England and Wales no. Crocodiles and alligators belong to a group of reptiles called crocodilians, which are the largest of the living reptiles. Of the 23 different species of crocodilians in the world, 2 species are native to the United States, and south Florida is the only place where both of these species coexist. United States, and Everglades alligators exist at the southern extreme of their range. Florida where they are at the northern extreme of their range. At first glance crocodiles can be difficult to distinguish from alligators, but closer inspection reveals several important differences. The American crocodile is lizard-shaped with a long, muscular tail and four short legs that have five toes on the front feet and four on the back feet.
Adults have grayish-green backs and tails and white to yellowish undersides. Their narrow snout is triangular in shape, and the fourth tooth on both sides of the lower jaw is visible when the mouth is closed. The darker skin and broader snout of the American alligator distinguish it from the American crocodile, shown above. Alligators are more numerous in Florida than crocodiles, are darker, have a broader snout, and are typically found in freshwater habitats.