|From||Gerrit Kuehn||2:240/12.0||Date Write||2017-08-19 15:49:19|
|To||Robert Bashe||0:0/0.0||Date Arrived||2017-08-19 19:41:11|
|Subj||Crocs in real life|
19 Aug 17 10:53, Robert Bashe wrote to Björn Felten:
RB> There are people who make a big difference between crocodiles and
RB> alligators - not sure myself what the difference is - but people in
RB> Florida say "alligators".
You can see the difference when looking at the teeth (when the mouth is shut):
if you can see the lower teeth sticking out over the upper yaw, it's a
crocodile (i.e., a member of the Crocodylidae familiy); if the lower teeth are
all inside, it's a gator (i.e., a member of the Alligatoridae family).
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crocodilia has some nice pictures where you can
see the difference.
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