However, the rearing of crocodiles and producing of raw crocodilian
skins by farmers and producers is a slow process requiring between one to five years.
Countries that are signatories to CITES have adopted a universal tagging system for the identification and tracking of crocodilian
skins in international trade.
Archosaurs evolved along two different paths, one of which gave rise to the crocodilian
ancestors of crocodiles and alligators.
Any New Labour tears shed over Michael Foot will be crocodilian
Lucy wanted to know how the animal held its head while in the water, and Nikki compared the Champsosaurus skull to the skull of a gharial, which is a present-day crocodilian
species that lives in India.
One likely possibility is that the animal is a Caiman; a crocodilian
reptile from Central and South America, which typically grows to between 1.
On the use of camera traps to study crocodilian
The ASALA statement accused the Turkish government of "cherishing dreams of a revival of the bloodthirsty Ottoman regime" and said: "We express our solidarity to all the peoples of the area and we declare that the Arab people will decide its destiny and shape its future all alone without the crocodilian
tears and hypocritical care of the Turkish ruling circles.
I observed ah Eastern Screech-Owl catching fish by wading at Clearwater Slough in Big Cypress National Preserve, Florida during a 6-year study of crocodilian
behavior that included extensive night-time observations.
Woodbine outcrops along Bear Creek near the south entrance to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport have produced crocodilian
, theropod, nodosaurid and hadrosaurid remains (Lee 1997).
eggs, previously unreported from Campina Verde, are represented by several elements.
Furthermore we don''t run the risk of being devoured by a crocodilian
traffic warden for staying 5 minutes too long on one of the rare street parking spots.