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Photo: A saltwater crocodile

AUSTRALIA: Kakadu National Park
“Salties,” Australians call their saltwater crocodiles. Despite their name, saltwater crocs live in fresh water as well. They’re the world’s largest reptiles, reaching a length of more than 20 feet (six meters).

Photograph by Randy Olson
“The Wet Down Under,” November 2004
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