A massive, prehistoric crocodile rivaled dinosaurs in terms of its size. Researchers have unearthed the world's largest crocodile, which was about the size of a bus.
A cold snap may be responsible for the retreat of crocodilians millions of years ago
We all know that birds can sing, but did you know that alligators and crocodiles do the same? Scientists have discovered that these large reptiles will actually resonances to communicate with others.
Scientists have found that a crocodilian ancestor may have filled one of North America's top predator roles before dinosaurs arrived on the continent.
It turns out that 13 million years ago, parts of Peru were dominated by crocodiles. As many as seven different species of crocodiles hunted in the swampy waters, which reveals a bit more about the past climate and ecosystem of the region.
Most people know that animals like to play. Cats, dogs and even birds engage in some form of play with each other or just by themselves. But did you know that crocodiles also play?
Scientists may have discovered a new species of predator crocodile that actually preceded the dinosaurs. They've uncovered a new species called Nundasuchus, a nine-foot-long carnivorous reptile with steak knifelike teeth.
Scientists are learning a bit more about crocodiles after they mapped the genomes of three crocodilians in a new study.
Crocodiles have been around for millions of years. Now, scientists have taken a closer look at the ancient crocodiles that once roamed the world's seas and have found that they developed in similar ways to their modern-day relatives.
Crocodiles aren't as primitive as some think they are. Scientists have taken a closer look at their hunting tactics and have found that these reptiles can actually work as a team to hunt their prey.
The ancient ancestors of today's crocodiles once lived in our world's warm seas. Yet they became extinct when things cooled off. Now, scientists have taken a closer look at crocodilian diversity, and have found a link between climate and the variety of species.