American Crocodile Turns Up in St. Petersburg


People find the most interesting things in their back yards:


Rare crocodile found by Florida woman - CSMonitor.com:


"Crocodiles — which number about 1,500 in the state — are typically found some 300 miles (500 kilometers) south in the warmer Florida Keys. But the shy and reclusive animals are so rare in places like St. Petersburg that a wildlife official didn't initially believe Shondra Farner when she called to report the crocodile."


I'll have more photos of American crocodiles tomorrow. 

3 comments:

  1. For a moment I thought u meant St. Petersburgh, Russia XD

    By the way, do you know exactly when crocodiles went extinct in Europe?

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  2. Croconut, those are your photos I'm advertising for tomorrow.

    I don't know the answer to that question. Might be interesting to look into it. Any particular reason?

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  3. Nah, just wondering. Since there were once hippos in England until just before the last ice age, I wondered if there were crocodiles at the time as well...

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