Structures which enable crocodilians to gather information about their surroundings.
Skin-based sensory receptors
Other remarkable biological adaptations which help crocodilians to survive.
Keeps water out of the throat underwater
Ways in which crocodilians move around their environment, on land or in water.
How do crocodiles move around?
Generally slow, land-based movement
Mammal-like gait, whole body off ground
Limited to small, powerful species for high speed escape
The most efficient form of crocodilian movement
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