Crocodile Attack in Australia

Author(s): Hugh Edwards


When the time comes to attack, the crocodile explodes from below the surface in a whirl of teeth and spray, yellow eyes ablaze moving faster than the human eye can follow. He is rapid enough to catch a bird on the wing, striking quick and deadly as those other reptilian hunters the snakes. The crocodile is related to the dinosaurs and once shared the world with them. A royal remnant from a bygone age, he is one of nature's most effective amphibious designs for land and water. A 200 million year survivor.


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  • : 9780958784122
  • : Swan Publishing
  • : Swan Publishing
  • : January 1988
  • : ---length:- '23'width:- '29'units:- Centimeters
  • : books

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  • : Hugh Edwards
  • : Hardback
  • : 192