Gavial of Gange
The gavial of Gange ( Gavialis gangeticus ), also called “gharial” in Asia, is one of the rarest species of Asian crocodile. One finds it on the edges of the water points of the Nepal, of the Pakistan, the Bangladesh and the India. The species is considered in danger of extinction. In 2007, its population is estimated at 120 adults.
It is a piscivorous Crocodilien.
- Length: up to 6 meters length.
- Jaw particularly narrow and lengthened.
- spongy Protuberance under the muzzle and of which the length can reach up to six times the width.
- 29 teeth on each side of the upper jaw and 26 teeth on each side of the jaw lower.
animal with the aspect terrifying which moves away the curious ones, but however inoffensive for the man and of a very sociable behavior
- animal of a frightening intelligence
- the most watery crocodile of all
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