Crocodylus porosus


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Noun1.Crocodylus porosus - estuarine crocodile of eastern Asia and Pacific islandsCrocodylus porosus - estuarine crocodile of eastern Asia and Pacific islands
crocodile - large voracious aquatic reptile having a long snout with massive jaws and sharp teeth and a body covered with bony plates; of sluggish tropical waters
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I was amazed to listen to the talk about crocodile conservation done by Crocodylus Porosus Philippines.
The DENR-BMB allows farms to sell fresh meat and other by-products of the saltwater crocodile, or Crocodylus porosus, wild boar or pig, or deer if they are bred and raised in captivity or in farms, which have permits to operate, provided that the animals are not identified in Cites.
The Department of Foreign Affairs, the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development, and civil organizations Save Philippine Seas and Crocodylus Porosus Philippines, Inc.
Webb GJW, Britton A, Manolis C, Ottley S, Stirrat S (2001) The recovery of Crocodylus porosus in Northern Territory of Australia: 1971-1998.
The salt water crocodile is a different species, Crocodylus porosus, and is considered to be the world's largest reptile and regularly attains or exceeds a length of 16 feet -1 have heard reputable claims in the upper 20s myself in Bali, so the one in the zoo would maybe be possible provided it was near that length when captured--Editor
That saltwater crocodile Crocodylus porosus (Schneider, 1801) get also the doubble canines of maxillar teeth 4/5.
Adam Britton is known for his works on the unique infection resistance and evolutional success of Crocodylus porosus, an estuarine crocodile.
1995) encontraram altos niveis dos acidos graxos oleico (33,0%), palmitico (22,5%) e linoleico (15,2%) na carne de Crocodylus porosus e Crocodylus johnstoni.