No, they also live in and around marshes. They feed by dragging swimming animals from the surface down until they drown, so they have to be near water. During the dry season, many crocodiles have to search and find water to live by. A certain species of crocodile spends more time living in the sea than in freshwater.
It depends on the type of crocodile. They can be found in large rivers, lakes, waterholes, and wetlands.
Recently it was discovered in Madagascar that crocodiles were living in caves! This is very unusually because crocodiles are usually found in marshes, rivers, or saltwater areas.
See the link below to read more about these unusual crocs. They are currently being studied to learn more about their biology.
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