These huge aquatic animals are found in several different regions, including Asia, Africa, Australia, and the Americas. They are most commonly found in rivers, lakes, and wetlands.
Crocodiles use their streamlined body for speed, while their webbed feet allow then to make quick turns in the water.
Crocodiles are able to close their nasal passages when attacking prey, which prevents them from drowning in the water. They use their razor-sharp teeth to grab onto pray, whilst holding them in place with powerful jaw muscles.