Is a crocodile stronger than an alligator?

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    There is no definitive answer to this question, but it is possible to determine which animal could possibly be the strongest by taking the size of each animal into consideration. The largest alligator recorded was 19 feet long and weighed in at 1000 pounds. The largest crocodile known was 23 feet long and weighed in at 2000 pounds. Therefore, just looking at the size of these animals, it is reasonable to say that crocodiles are stronger than alligators. 

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    Yes. Crocodiles are usually larger than alligators, and their jaw size is larger than the american alligator along with more and sharper teeth.

    • American crocodiles are about 15 ft long, and can weigh up to 2000 lbs. 
    • Nile crocodiles are 16 ft long, and weigh 500-2400 lbs
    •  Saltwater crocodiles are 17 ft long, and weigh 800-3000 lbs.
    • Caimans are about 13 ft long, and easily can weigh 1000 lbs.
    • American alligators are about 12 ft long, and weigh only 800 lbs.
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