Words nearby crocodilian
How to use crocodilian in a sentence
In crocodilians, the respiratory tract is “not as developed” as in birds, Woodruff says, and the respiratory tissue doesn’t pervade the bones.
The flying reptiles’ family tree is full of gastric pellet–expelling species, from living birds such as owls and gulls to fossilized cousins like ancient crocodilians and non-avian dinosaurs.
It was not simply another great crocodilian shape that sat upon that dais.
The three men stood silent and tense as the two crocodilian monsters stopped before them.
At the hall's center was a low dias, and in a semicircle around and behind it stood a half-hundred great crocodilian shapes.
But as the Martian Master's high call hissed again all the countless crocodilian forms in the great cone were rushing toward them.
The big crocodilian shape was apparently a prisoner like themselves, captured and brought down from above.