Crocodiles are the most giant reptiles in the world!
Now work with me… reptiles are cold-blooded.
This means they use heat from their surroundings to keep themselves warm. They are also vertebrates which means they have backbones.
Whew! That wasn’t so hard, was it?
Reptiles also have dry skin which is covered with scales or horny plates and breathe using lungs.
Crocodiles can live anywhere between 70 and 100 years.
Crocodiles can swim up to 20 miles or 32 kilometres per hour. That is one-and-three-tenths times as fast as a Bull!