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Could global warming lead to bigger, badder crocodiles?

CBS News, 29 Sep 2015.

Since they arrived on the scene nearly 85 million years ago, crocodiles and their relatives have often suffered when things got cool or sea levels fluctuated. The changing climatic conditions cause scores of species to go extinct. So with the world warming up, could this be a renaissance for crocodiles, reptiles that date back to the time of the dinosaurs? Read the full story at CBS News.

Photo: A fossil of a Sarcosuchus, an ancient and extinct relative of the crocodile that lived 112 million years ago.  Source: Wikimedia, from the Museum of Natural History: see here

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