Modest sized crocodilian native to freshwater habitats in Central America and along the Gulf of Mexico stretching through Belize, Guatemala and to Mexico.
The largest of all living reptiles, with males reaching sizes of up to 6.7m long. It can live in saltwater but mainly reside in mangrove swamps and lagoons and are broadly distributed.
A small, aggressive and endangered species of crocodile found only in Cuba. Unique compared to other crocodilians with its brighter adult colors, rougher, more ‘pebbled’ scales and long, strong legs.
Large aquatic reptile found in the swamps and tropical rivers that cover Central and South America. Due to their large size and ferocious nature, it has few natural predators within its environment.