For a moment of clarity, view this short video of a crocodile embryo on the verge of birth.
Not since crocodile Dundee graced our movie screens has a man from down under turned our world so upside down.
Winston Churchill once said “An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile—hoping it will eat him last.”
The bags themselves were covetable items as ever, relying on highest-quality material: ostrich and crocodile.
Open the book on the beach or by the lake, and shed a crocodile tear, if you can muster one, for the craven ambition of youth.
All of them believed that he was either drowning or attacked by a crocodile.
"Now we'll soon be coming to the House of the crocodile," said Allen.
They emblazoned the crocodile on their monuments, but never a fish.
What can we then believe of those stories that have been told us of the crocodile?
The crocodile had never spoken to him before, and he felt rather surprised.
1560s, restored spelling of Middle English cokedrille, kokedrille (c.1300), from Medieval Latin cocodrillus, from Latin crocodilus, from Greek krokodilos, word applied by Herodotus to the crocodile of the Nile, apparently due to its basking habits, from kroke "pebbles" + drilos "worm." The crocodile tears story was in English from at least c.1400.