On the banks of the Nile.

tell that joke again! Don't wanna laugh to hard. Those tourist were so funny. They thought it was safe to swim .

an alligator has a tapetum lucidum at the back of each eye, which reflects light back into the photoreceptor cells to make the most of low light. the colour of eyeshine differs from species to species, but in alligators glows red. the length of the alligator can be approximated by judging the distance between the eyes, making this alligator very long.  photo by larry lynch

an alligator has a tapetum lucidum at the back of each eye, which reflects light back into the photoreceptor cells to make the most of low light. the colour of eyeshine differs from species to species, but in alligators glows red.

Egyptian+Nile | Egyptian plover and Nile crocodile in hypothesised symbiotic ...

Egyptian plover and Nile crocodile in hypothesised symbiotic relationship - View amazing Egyptian plover photos - Pluvianus aegyptius - on Arkive

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"You don't have to brush all your teeth, just the ones you want to keep." Untitled by Laurent Maronnat on Fivehundredpx

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Africa | 'Breaking the Banks'.  Crocodile, Okovango River, Botswana |  © Hendri Venter

'Breaking the Banks', Okovango River, Botswana - West African or desert crocodile (Crocodylus suchus) is a species of crocodile related to – and often confused with – the Nile crocodile (C.

Crocodile Ring - in Ancient Egypt, sailors on the River Nile wore a crocodile charm to ward off danger. Our Crocodile Ring will keep you safe from harm.

Crocodile Ring - in Ancient Egypt, sailors on the River Nile wore a crocodile charm to ward off danger. Our Crocodile Ring will keep you safe from harm.

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