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Crocodile American behavior

American Crocodiles are rather adaptable and will dig burrows into embankments in harsh or adverse conditions. They aestivate in these dens until conditions become more favorable. If the area where American Crocodiles live becomes uninhabitable, they will travel for surprising distances over land areas to find new homes. They can live in both brackish and freshwater. In colder weather, American Crocodiles usually move inland or become largely inactive.


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