Top 15 prehistoric crocodiles, video


This October 2019 video says about itself:

15 Largest Extinct Crocodiles and Related Species

Sarcosuchus, popularly known as “ supercroc ” is an extinct genus of crocodyliform and distant relative of the crocodile that lived 112 million years ago. It dates from the early Cretaceous Period of what is now Africa and South America and is one of the largest crocodile-like reptiles that ever lived. We also showcase to you the top 15 largest extinct crocodiles and their related species with a brief explanation. We hope you enjoy the video!!

Do alligators hibernate?


This 27 January 2020 video from England says about itself:

Do alligators hibernate? | Natural History Museum

Snorkelling might be a summer activity for most, but for alligators, frozen lakes call for some interesting tactics. Patrick Campbell, Senior Curator of Reptiles at the Museum, explains.

The Natural History Museum in London is home to over 80 million specimens, including meteorites, dinosaur bones and a giant squid.

Young lions swimming crocodile infested river


This 6 March 2020 video from Zambia says about itself:

Young Lions Try to Cross Crocodile-Infested Waters

A trio of teenage lions are desperate to cross the shallows of the Luangwa River, in order to reunite with their pride. One problem: the river is infested with crocodiles, waiting for an easy meal.

Zambian leopard eats out of crocodile’s mouth


This 25 February 2020 video says about itself:

Leopard Eats Food Right Out a Crocodile‘s Mouth

Watch the incredible moment a leopard builds up enough courage to go up to crocodile and eat right from its mouth!

This incredible moment of an opportunistic leopard stealing a croc’s meal right out of its mouth was filmed by Nicole Dangoor, a ranger at the Bush Camp Company.

She shared this incredible sighting with LatestSightings.com, and tells the story.

Nicole was joined by a group of safari visitors on a night drive in the South Luangwa National Park. They stopped to watch a couple of crocodiles who were in the middle of a feast when a leopard crept closer to the crocodile with the bulk of the food, seemingly interested in what the crocodile had in its mouth.

As the light was shining on the crocodile for a better view for the guests, the opportunistic leopard risked the chance and started biting and clawing at the pieces of meat dangling from the croc’s mouth, pulling out pieces of the meat and eating it!

After a few mouths-full, the leopard attempted one final claw, grab and bite and managed to pull what looks like a whole impala leg from the crocodile. This seemed like a fair enough portion for the leopard as it ran off into the distance to eat in peace. As the light from the safari visitors followed the leopard into the thicket, the crocodiles took the opportunity to make a break for the bushes to eat what was left of the meal.

Gharials video


This 8 February 2020 video says about itself:

Gharials: Don’t Boop The Snoot

Gharials look like a crocodile mixed with a narwhal.

Special Thanks to the Gharial Ecology Project they really helped us out with this episode. Please check out their link below for more information.