Origin of Nilotic crocodile
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Winston Churchill once said “An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile—hoping it will eat him last.”
On another trip, a defiant caiman (a South American crocodile) devours his mosquito net.
One of these heroes is an insect-loving contemporary of Charles Darwin, the other a crocodile-wrestling Steve Irwin acolyte.
The bags themselves were covetable items as ever, relying on highest-quality material: ostrich and crocodile.Anya Hindmarch and Stella McCartney Close London Fashion Week|Tom Sykes|September 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The insatiable crocodile of Israeli colonialism is far too fat.
What we shall do if an Indian springs from behind the bushes, or a crocodile comes out of the sedge, I don't know.
As they looked toward the spot, the fearful head and jaws of a crocodile could be seen reaching up out of the water.
No Indian sprang from the bush, no crocodile came out of the sedge; and the river was crossed without one of them being drowned.
All at once, a crocodile appeared close to the boat, capsized it, and with open jaws was ready to devour the man.
Because in far distant times he saved the life of a Chinaman from the fury of a crocodile.