800px-Saltwater Crocodile on a river bank
A saltwater crocodile is the largest reptile as of now. It lives in Northern Australia, India's eastern coast, and various areas in Southeast Asia. Males are 4.1-6 meters long, and females are 2.1-4.2 meters long.

Behavior and food choices Edit

Saltwater crocodiles are carnivores that kill and eat practically any living creature that approaches it. The larger they are, the larger their prey are. They will start attacking people if they come near. Sometimes, they grab onto their prey and powerfully roll frequently. This is known as the "death roll," which is their signature prey-killing technique.