Why can’t crocodiles chew their food?


CROCODILES are large reptiles that are prevalent in tropical regions of Africa, Asia, the Americas and Australia. Crocodiles are carnivorous creatures and would feast on fish, birds, and large mammals such as cows, buffaloes or horses.

They possess a lethal combination of strong jaw pressure and sharp teeth to crush and kill their prey.

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