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Kings Hotel, Boksburg, Transvaal, South Africa Featured Related Images Print

Kings Hotel, Boksburg, Transvaal, South Africa

King's Hotel, on the banks of the lake, Boksburg, a gold mining town in Transvaal (now Gauteng), South Africa. Date: circa 1905

© Mary Evans / Pharcide

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Close-up texture of a the shin on a Nile Crocodiles back, Western Cape Province, South Africa Featured Related Images Print

Close-up texture of a the shin on a Nile Crocodiles back, Western Cape Province, South Africa

The Nile crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus) is an African crocodile and the second largest extant reptile in the world, after the saltwater crocodile. The Nile crocodile is quite widespread throughout sub-saharan Africa, occurring mostly in the central, eastern, southern and some western parts of the continent and lives in different types of aquatic environments such as lakes, rivers and marshlands. Although capable of living in saline environments, this species is rarely found in saltwater, but occasionally inhabits deltas and brackish lakes. The range of this species once stretched northward throughout the Nile, as far north as the Nile delta. On average the Nile crocodile is between 4.1 metres (13 ft) to 5 metres (16 ft), weighing around 410 kg (900 lb). However, specimens measuring 6.1 metres (20 ft) in length and weighing 900 kg (2, 000 lb) are not uncommon. They have thick scaly skin that is heavily armored

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Close-up of Nile crocodile head (Crocodylus niloticus) swimming in a pond on a Crocodile farm in the Western Cape Province, South Africa Featured Related Images Print

Close-up of Nile crocodile head (Crocodylus niloticus) swimming in a pond on a Crocodile farm in the Western Cape Province, South Africa

The Nile crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus) is an African crocodile and the second largest extant reptile in the world, after the saltwater crocodile. The Nile crocodile is quite widespread throughout sub-saharan Africa, occurring mostly in the central, eastern, southern and some western parts of the continent and lives in different types of aquatic environments such as lakes, rivers and marshlands. Although capable of living in saline environments, this species is rarely found in saltwater, but occasionally inhabits deltas and brackish lakes. The range of this species once stretched northward throughout the Nile, as far north as the Nile delta. On average the Nile crocodile is between 4.1 metres (13 ft) to 5 metres (16 ft), weighing around 410 kg (900 lb). However, specimens measuring 6.1 metres (20 ft) in length and weighing 900 kg (2, 000 lb) are not uncommon. They have thick scaly skin that is heavily armored

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