At Palawan, Philippines.
|Common Name||Mindoro Crocodile and Philippine Freshwater Crocodile.|
|Estimated Population||200 in the wild.|
The Philippine Crocodile is a specie from the Crocodylus genus. It is endemic in the Philippines.
The Philippine crocodile is a relatively small freshwater crocodilian endemic to the Philippines. Growing no more than 3 meters, they have a relatively broad snout and thick bony plates on its back. Females are slightly smaller than males. Philippine crocodiles are golden-brown in color, which darkens as it matures.
Deer, Bats, Wild Pigs, Snakes, Lizards, Fish, Flying Lemurs, by waiting for deer to come up to drink and snatches deer or a wild pig and drags it under water. Phillipine crocodiles catch flying lemurs, birds and bats by jumping out of the water to catch
- The Philippine crocodile has 66-68 teeth.