Scott Van Zyl, a notorious wildlife hunter was confirmed to have been eaten by crocodiles that ironically were his targets during a hunting expedition.
Elephant versus crocodile: which one wins?
The ancient crocodile has been preserved for 2,500 years. It turns out, so has 48 of her baby crocs.
Scientist discovered a new extinct tiny crocodile that has mammal-like teeth
"The Colonel" was spotted choking, seemingly wanting to dislodge something from his throat.
Researchers concluded that dinosaurs may have lips.
Alert! Deadly man-eating crocodiles from the Nile are invading the swamps of Florida, and scientists have no idea how they got there.
More than 120 Morelet's crocodiles were found dead after suffocating and crushing one another while traveling to a wildlife facility in Mexico.
Tonight on "Wild Things" Dominic Monaghan travels to Brazil in search of the giant anteater. Along the way he encounters some horrific creepy crawlies and witnesses small crocodiles called caimans attacking capybara--rodents of unusual size. His adventure doesn't stop there, as he gets a taste of Sao Paolo's nightlife and gets stuck herding cattle in an electrical storm.
Fossils unearthed from the Sahara Desert in Tunisia reveal the largest-known ocean-dwelling member of the crocodile family tree. This prehistoric predator dates back 130 million years, changing the way scientists view the mass extinction that is thought to have occurred at the end of the Jurassic period, 145 million years ago.
Crocodiles may not be able to adjust to warming waters, researchers say. A recent study found saltwater crocodiles tend to take shorter dives when waters exceed 31.5 degrees Celsius. This could have significant impact on the species' survival.
A study of the porosity of ancient archosaur eggshells is tipping scientists off about the kinds of nests they once called home.
When studying muscle strain during jaw opening in three dinosaur species, researchers found that the Tyrannosaurus rex could extend its jaw 90 degrees –- a skill that came in extremely handy for carnivorous predators.
It's True! Crocodiles readlly do keep one eye open as they sleep, say researchers from Australia's La Trobe University and Germany's Max Planck Institute for Ornithology.
It turns out that Jurassic hunters may have really been the terrifying sprinters that Hollywood has made them out to be. New research has revealed that careful body temperature regulation had many dinosaurs 'running hot,' but only on sunny days.