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A mature American Crocodile usually measures between five and six meters, although seven-meter animals have been reported. They are usually olive brown in color and have silver irises. Younger animals tend to be lighter or tan in color. Banding is often visible over their tails and bodies. Very old animals may be almost gray in color. American Crocodiles have little knobs in front of each eye. They tend to have less dorsal armor than a number of other crocodiles, and the plates that are present are irregular. Their snouts are tapered and their bodies are slender. American Crocodiles have between 66 and 68 teeth.

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