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Statistics About The Most Aggressive Crocodile

The statistics indicate that the Nile crocodile is the most aggressive species, responsible for the highest number of attacks on humans compared to other crocodile species.

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"Saltwater crocodiles (Crocodylus porosus) are the most aggressive species of crocodiles."

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"Saltwater crocodiles are responsible for over half of all crocodile attacks on humans."

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"The saltwater crocodile can reach sizes up to 23 feet long."

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"The saltwater crocodile possesses the most powerful bite of any living animal."

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"The saltwater crocodile's diet is the widest among all crocodile species."

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"There are 1,000-10,000 saltwater crocodiles in the wild."

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"Saltwater crocodiles have been known to swim up to 1,000 km."

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"Female crocodiles can lay 40-90 eggs at a time."

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"Incidents with crocodiles in Australia result in an average of two fatalities per year."

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"Saltwater crocodiles will defend their territory, especially during the mating season, making them more aggressive."

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"Crocodile attacks are 100 times deadlier than shark attacks, and the saltwater crocodile accounts for the majority of fatal attacks on humans."

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"Australian saltwater crocodile populations have rebounded from near-extinction in mid-20th century to 100,000-200,000 today."

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"Saltwater crocodiles are excellent swimmers and have often been spotted far out at sea."

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"Saltwater crocodiles can maintain speeds of 15 mph in the water."

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"Their ability to stay submerged for over an hour without taking in air makes them efficient predators."

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"The average lifespan of a saltwater crocodile is about 70 years."

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"Despite their size, saltwater crocodiles can leap about 5 feet straight up from the water."

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"Among the saltwater crocodile populations, males are significantly more aggressive than females."

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"The chill response, a period of inactivity post-feeding, is longer in saltwater crocodiles than in other crocodiles, leading to an extended period of increased aggressiveness."

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