Scientific Name: Crocodylus siamensis
Found In: Southeast Asia/Slow moving rivers, streams, marshes, and swamps
Size: Adults can grow up to 9 feet in length
Diet: Carnivore. Diet consists of fish, small mammals, and invertebrates.
Threat Level: Critically Endangered. This species is still recovering from commercial hunting for their skins in the twentieth century. Illegal collection of their eggs, habitat loss, and drowning in fishing gear are the major threats to this species.
Facts: The Siamese crocodile is currently the most endangered species of crocodile.
Virginia Zoo Crocodiles: female Shadie