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    Quote Originally Posted by StealDragon
    crocodiles are bulletproof so this doesnt surprise me (or scare me) ... once youve seen what a crocodile can do to just about anything you sorta just sit back and nod when stuff like this happens. hence why crocodiles are my favorite animals.

    ps that musta been a baby Saltwater Croc cuz adults are usually more than 23 feet long. Saltwater crocs are the largest reptiles in the world
    23 FEET?!?!!?!? thats... about 3 times longer that a very very very tall person. nose to tail tip. where do they live?!

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    It's a repatile so if you are able to drop the temp around it you can acutally just cut it's effectiveness. ... and i really didn't find it that odd for some reason...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiraikotsu
    23 FEET?!?!!?!? thats... about 3 times longer that a very very very tall person. nose to tail tip. where do they live?!

    god i love crocodiles... and Wikipedia!!

    The saltwater or estuarine crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) is the largest of all living reptiles, and is often said to be the most dangerous to humans. It is found in suitable habitat throughout Southeast Asia and northern Australasia.

    This crocodile is an opportunistic predator capable of taking any animal up to the size of a water buffalo, in the water or on dry land. Juveniles are restricted to smaller items such as insects, amphibians, crustaceans, small reptiles and fish. The larger the animal grows, the greater the variety of items that it includes in the diet, although relatively small prey still make up the majority of the diet even in adults. Saltwater crocodiles can take monkeys, wild boar, dingos, domestic livestock, big cats and sharks. Generally very lethargic – a trait which helps it survive months at a time without food – it typically loiters in the water or basks in the sun through much of the day, usually preferring to hunt at night. It is, however, capable of moving with great speed when required, striking without warning and having the strength to break a large animal's legs with its tail, or crush a full-grown bovid's skull between its jaws.

    Adult male saltwater crocodiles are typically 5 metres (17 ft) long, although larger individuals may surpass 6 metres (20 ft) or 7 metres (23 ft) in length and weigh more than 1000 kg (2200 lb). Average sized males weigh around 450 kg (1000 lb). Females are much smaller than males, with typical female body lengths in the range of 2.5–3 metres. The largest crocodile ever recorded was 8 metres 64cm (28ft 4 inches) shot by crocodile hunter (later conservationist) Krystina Pawloski on the Norman River in northern Queensland, Australia in 1957.

    Saltwater crocodiles generally spend the tropical wet season in freshwater swamps and rivers (making the name something of a misnomer), moving downstream to estuaries in the dry season, and sometimes travelling far out to sea. Crocodiles compete fiercely with each other for territory, with dominant males in particular occupying the most eligible stretches of freshwater creeks and streams. Junior crocodiles are thus forced into the more marginal river systems and sometimes into the ocean. This explains the large distribution of the animal (ranging from the east coast of India to northern Australia) as well as it being found in odd places on occasion (such as the Sea of Japan, for instance).

    Saltwater crocodiles are known in the Northern Territory of Australia as 'salties', and also as 'alligators', despite not being alligators. The Alligator Rivers are misnamed after the saltie's resemblance to alligators as compared to freshwater crocodiles, which also inhabit the Northern Territory.
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    Note to self: If facing that crock, use a bazooka, or try to be somewhere else.
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    I think that any wolf can take any crocodile,wolfs RULZ!

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    Note to self: If facing that crock, use a bazooka, or try to be somewhere else.
    Oddly enough, that is how they beat the giant alligator in Alligator II. The two guys went into a sewer with a bazooka that magically appeared. They shot the alligator with the bazooka, and I believe the victory quote was, "Eat rocket, alligator!" After that, they left the sewer, and there were hundreds of teenagers dressed in denim and bandanas(think early 90's, late 80's punks/gang members) who were all shouting, "Yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo{repeat several hundred more times]!!!" What a classic movie, a real masterpiece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angra
    I think that any wolf can take any crocodile,wolfs RULZ!
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    I don't like crocodiles. They're not pretty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kayangelus
    Yeah, they can. As long as they are wearing a few granades, and c-4, which some human who is watching while hiding explodes the momen the crock eats the wolf, blowing up the crock from inside. However, otherwise, crocks own.

    Moth - It is going to be really hard to hit a croc with a bazooka. And if you don't get a direct hit, you are kinda screwed. Unless you are sitting inside a tank.
    It's not hard to hit a croc directly. It's not like they fly with an agility of a hummingbird. Second of all, if the one round that explodes on or near the croc doesn't kill it, I don't see the reason why the second round will keep it alive. You don't need a tank silly

    As for wolf vs. croc, on land wolf hands down. In water, crocs rule.



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    You're overestimating a croc. It's not a T-rex!

    Anyways, crocs have relatively soft underbellies, so the wolf just needs to flip it over on its back. And since wolves hunt in packs, wolves win.

    I would suggest an anti-tank rifle rather than a bazooka anyways.



 

 
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