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The upper body of the saltwater crocodile is grey, brown or blackish. They are distinguished from freshwater crocodiles (Crocodulus johnstoni) by their broad, more rounded snout and a pronounced raised section behind their necks.
Length: Females around 3 m, males around 5 m
Mangrove swamps, coastal marshes and river mouths. They can also be found out in the open ocean, as well as hundreds of kilometres upstream in the freshwater reaches of rivers; 0-200 m depth
In Queensland, log south of Gladstone
Report sightings in Queensland to 1300 130 372
Species names on the Redmap site are based on the Codes for Australian Aquatic Biota or CAAB (http://www.cmar.csiro.au/caab/). This is updated regularly and lists the approved common name, family, species name and more.