As you approach the life-sized 20-foot-long Nile Crocodile, one of the most prominent displays at the reptile exhibit in the New York Hall of Science, you can hear a persistent squeak. This is supposed to be just life-sized...
As you ponder this, the giant reptile turns its head slightly towards you, and opens its enormous mouth. Inside her powerful jaws, are two of her small babies, protected from would-be predators, and easily transportable by mama croc. Even Steve Irwin, the Discovery Channel
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