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2010-03-08 23:45:17
I give you now Professor Twist, a conscientious scientist. Trustees exclaimed "He never bungles," and sent him off to distant jungles. While camped by tropic riverside, he one day missed his loving bride. She had, the guide informed him later, been eaten by an alligator. Professor Twist could not but smile, "You mean," he said "a crocodile."
2010-03-08 17:31:09
This is a Caiman, not a Crocodile. Caiman are native to Central and South America and have their eyes raised above their heads. Crocodiles have their eyes flush with their heads. The two animals are closely related, however Caiman are far less dangerous to humans.