See more ideas about Crocodiles, Caiman and Reptiles and amphibians. Crocodiles are often mistaken for alligators and caimans. While they are similar there are significant differences among them. The webbing depends on the actual species: Alligators have all their feet webbed. Sep 12, 2019 - Explore shanbeaumont's board "Alligators, Crocodiles, Caimans, and Gharials", followed by 152 people on Pinterest. Though several of their ancestors were more monstrous than their current forms, about half of the planet’s 23 living species of crocodilians are considered dangerous to people.

Consequently alligators and caimans have more similarities to each other than either does to the crocodiles. Superficially they resemble reptiles, yet their closest cousins are birds and extinct Dinosauria, a group known as archosaurs ("ruling reptiles").

Click Download or Read Online button to Caimans Gharials Alligators And Crocodiles book pdf for free now. Crocodiles have five toes on the front feet and four toes on the hind feet. The snout is the biggest difference with the crocodile and the alligator. Mature females are 2.6–4.5 m (8 ft 6 in–14 ft 9 in) long, and males 3–6 m (9 ft 10 in–19 ft 8 in). The gharial (Gavialis gangeticus), also known as the gavial or the fish-eating crocodile, is a crocodilian in the family Gavialidae and among the longest of all living crocodilians.

Caimans and gharials have their back feet webbed.

1—front feet; 2—hind feet Step 1 CAIMANS GHARIALS ALLIGATORS AND CROCODILES Download Caimans Gharials Alligators And Crocodiles ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Those differences are enough to put them all into different families when it comes to the scientific categorization. So it makes sense to regard crocodilians (that is, the group of living alligators, crocodiles, caimans, gharials, and so on) with suspicion. True crocodiles may have their back feet webbed, or none at all, depending on the species. There are 23 widely recognized species of crocodiles, alligators, caimans, and gharials, all members of the order Crocodylia. Alligators and caimans belong to the same family, alligatoridae, whereas crocodiles belong to a different family, crocodylidae.