croc


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croc

 (krŏk)
n. Informal
1. A crocodile.
2. Leather made from crocodile skin.

croc

(krɒk)
n
short for crocodile1, crocodile2, crocodile3

croc

(krɒk)

n.
crocodile.
[1880–85; by shortening]
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Mash these two shoes together and you get Croc Martens.
Dubai -- Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo at The Dubai Mall has welcomed baby crocs born to King Croc and Queen Croc.
The crocs have been companions for more than 20 years and Queen Croc is more than 80 years old.
King Croc, also known as Jock the Croc, who is 40 years old, is one of the largest crocodiles in the world.
They are the Marmite of the shoe world - you either love them or hate them - but Crocs are on a seemingly unstoppable march to footwear domination.
The croc dragged Mr Kerr from his tent at 4am as he slept alongside his wife Diane and three-month-old son Kelly.
In one recent show, a lightning-fast, 12-foot croc leapt out of the water and took a very big bite out of some very expensive equipment.
The original Croc featured the exploits of the one-toothed Croc in the magic land of the Gobbos where there was a series of challenges to overcome.
A croc may share most of this area with other crocs.
Heavy dark croc eggs with movement inside finally hatched amidst much excitement and anticipation as the first baby croc arrives at Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo at The Dubai Mall.
At age 80, Queen Croc had a decreasing success rate of reproduction on the crocodile farm in Australia, where she has been the companion of King Croc for more than 20 years.
The birth of Crocs began in May of 2002, when three friends from Boulder, Colorado went sailing in the Caribbean.