This juvenile Nile crocodile, first captured in 2012 and recaptured in 2014 in the northeast corner of Everglades National Park, near Southwest 168th Street, nearly doubled in size in two years, a rate faster than native American crocs.
This juvenile Nile crocodile, first captured in 2012 and recaptured in 2014 in the northeast corner of Everglades National Park, near Southwest 168th Street, nearly doubled in size in two years, a rate faster than native American crocs. Everglades National Park
This juvenile Nile crocodile, first captured in 2012 and recaptured in 2014 in the northeast corner of Everglades National Park, near Southwest 168th Street, nearly doubled in size in two years, a rate faster than native American crocs. Everglades National Park

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