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Title: Nile Crocodile


1
Nile Crocodile
  • By David Howell

2
Intro
  • It lives in Africa, its tail helps it swim,
    its name starts with Nile, it eats a bunch, this
    is a crocodile that is always hungry. What is
    this mysterious animal? This is the Nile
    Crocodile. I am taking this time to inform you
    about the Nile Crocodile.

3
Adaptation

P The tail helps the crocodile move in the water
and helps it steer the crocodile. P The female
uses its claws to dig holes to lay her eggs. B
The Nile crocodile open its mouth to let out
heat. P It camouflaged by its skin. P It has
large teeth to dig in prey.
P Physical Adaptation B Behavioral Adaptation
4
Habitat
  • The Nile crocodile survives where there is
    water, rivers, or water holes. But, it can only
    survive a short amount of time in salt water. But
    the main place that a Nile crocodile lives in is
    in the Nile River in Africa.

5
Life Cycle
  • The life cycle of a Nile crocodile is very
    long. First the female crocodile lays eggs.
    After, a baby hatches from the egg. then, the
    baby crocodile attacks a bug and eats it and try
    to catch more. When it is almost big but still
    young, it walks away when other crocodiles come
    that is its size. It eats plenty of days. When
    the mom digs a hole and lays her eggs. Then the
    cycle starts over and over again. The mom and dad
    will die until a while.

6
Conclusion
  • Now and forever, you will know the facts about
    the Nile crocodile. You will also know a lot of
    background information.

7
Other Information
  • Female pushes male and then male pushes female
    and male makes a sound and then they mate. A
    alligators head is more round and a crocodiles
    head is more flat.

8
Resourses
  • Crocodile by Sandra Markel
  • and card 3 Nile Crocodile World Wildlife Fact
    Cards
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