What is the largest reptile in the world?



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    that would be the Australian Saltwater Crocodile (the ones Steve Irwin was always wrassling with), which can grow to be 7 meters long. You wouldn’t want to get in the water with one of these guys

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    The saltwater crocodile (also known as the estuarine crocodile), which is found in Australia, east India, and southeast Asia, is the world’s largest living reptile, and it is also considered the most dangerous. Many reach lengths of 7 meters, which is 23 feet long, and weigh about 2,200 pounds. There are an estimated 200,000 to 300,000 of these crocs worldwide.


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