Nile Crocodile - Reptiles

Nile Crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus) - Mara river teeth
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Nile Crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus)  Masai Mara, the Mara River during early evening. Crocodiles use their opened mouths as “heaters”. It doesn't require any energy because their jaws are equipped with a lock, which is able to lock into the desired position. When relaxing, crocodiles are very tolerant of each other and very rarely do bigger conflicts occur.
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camera:NIKON D200
lens:Sigma 120-300 mm F2.8 APO EX DG IF HSM
extender:Sigma APO 2.0 EX DG
focal length:600 mm
exposure time:1/1000 s
aperture:7.1
stativ:pytlík s rýží/beanbag
ISO:900
location:Masai Mara, Mara River
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