Oct 242014
 
Crocodiles, Alligators Hunt in Groups, Scientist Says

Studying predatory behavior by crocodiles, alligators and caimans in the wild is notoriously difficult because they are ambush hunters, have slow metabolisms and eat much less frequently than warm-blooded animals. In addition, they are mostly nocturnal and often hunt in murky, overgrown waters of remote tropical rivers and swamps. Accidental observations of their hunting behavior […]

Jan 032013
 
Kakadu - the land of crocodiles

Kakadu National Park in Australia’s Top End has been justly called The Land of the Crocodile. Just about any body of water in the park may very well be hiding one of the world’s most formidable predators underneath its deceptively calm surface. Two species crocodile occur in Kakadu: the Freshwater crocodile (Crocodylus johnstonii) and the […]