crocs. Crocodiles perform a ‘death roll’ to overcome prey, clamping on using their jaws, and spinning around powerfully.
Sep 15, 2011 · A croc’s stomach is the most acidic of all vertebrates, allowing it to digest bones, horns, hooves, or shells.
Their formidable acid PH enables dissolution of hard substances including horns (antlers of deer, etc. . .
The digestive system of modern reptiles is similar in general plan to that of all higher vertebrates. Aug 6, 2007 · Crocodiles and alligators eat so much in a single meal that they need to divert gas-rich blood away from their lungs into their stomachs to digest it, US research suggests.
. As they wear down, they are replaced.
Crocodiles are able to digest their food thanks to a four-chambered stomach that efficiently breaks down meat and plant matter.
They will eat them in captivity if stones are in the enclosure.
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. 18. . Do alligators and crocodiles digest bones? According to new research, crocodiles can eat 23 percent of their body weight in a single gulp. Crocodiles perform a ‘death roll’ to overcome prey, clamping on using their jaws, and spinning around powerfully.
crocodile, (order Crocodylia, or Crocodilia), any of 23 species of generally large, ponderous, amphibious animals of lizard-like appearance and carnivorous habit belonging to the reptile order.
Life cycle [edit | edit source] Female crocodiles lay eggs (about 9 to 90 eggs) and bury them in the sand.
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The true ‘bone eaters’ though are the lammergeiers (also known as bearded vultures).