Tourists on a wildlife cruise exploring Australia’s Adelaide River on Monday were stunned to see a crocodile chomping down on a large bull shark.
Think modern crocodiles are terrifying? How about a 16-foot-long, nearly half a ton sort-of-crocodile that was so tough is even outlasted the mass extinction of 60 million years ago. Laci has more details on this beast from the land of the lost.
An extinct dyrosaur, a type of crocodilian, was 16 feet (4.8 meters) long and tipped the scales at 900 lbs.
Four species of crocodile have been observed climbing trees and lounging on the branches. Continue reading →
Floods in Australia have unleashed a "plague" of mice, spiders, snakes and crocodiles.
Several African nations are easing some of their border controls in order to create what will be the world's largest conservation area.