Scientific name: Crocodylus porosus

Family name: Crocodylidae

Classification: Reptilia

Group Name: Bask or Congregation

IUCN status: Least Concern

Lifespan: 40-70 years

Weight: up to 1000kg

Body length: 4.3-5meters

Top speed: 11mph

Diet: Carnivore: Young eat insects, amphibians, crustaceans as well as some small species of fish and reptile. Adults consume larger prey, such as mud crabs, snakes, turtles, birds, wild boars, monkeys, and buffaloes.

Habitat:  Lakes, slow-moving streams, rivers, marshes, and swamplands.

Range: The islands of Indonesia, New Guinea, and the Philippines, northern coasts of Australia, the shores of Sri Lanka and eastern India, and the estuaries of Southeast.