Siamese Crocodile

Julio Martinez and Federico Aguilar
- 1st Period

The siamese crocodile is a short freshwater crocodile that has beatiful, pointy, sharp, teeth. Siamese crocodiles live in freshwater habitats such as rivers, lakes, streams, oxbow lakes, marshes, and swamplands. Siamese crocodiles are native to Indonesia, which includes, Cambodia, Thailand, etc...It eats fish, amphibians, reptiles, and small mammals. Crocodiles are at the top of the food chain, but even they have to get eaten by something, for instance, leopards, jaguars, anacondas, and pythons. Siamese crocodiles are critically endangered because of habitat loss. It is also a result of crocodile farms raising them so later they can sell their skin. Because of this, Siamese crocodiles are critically endangered and it is believed that only 5,000 live in the wild.