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Coast Crocodile

by Paul Crespo

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Feeding
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They feed on aquatic insects, amphibians, crabs and tiny fish; and the adults capture molluscs, crustaceans, fish, turtles, iguanas, alligators, birds and mammals. It sunbathes during the day and at night it enters the waters in search of food.

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The cause of its extinction



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What causes the extinction of this species is that thanks to the exploitation of mangroves and the conversion of their habitat for the creation of shrimp pools, urbanization and agriculture and the hunting of them


There are less than 5,000 copies on the continent. In Ecuador it is Critically Endangered.






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