Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Crocodiles can't chew

Crocodiles and alligators can't chew. Not only do they not have the ability to move their jaws laterally, they also have no teeth suitable for chewing. This is why they will grab a hold of you, drown you, then leave you to rot until they can rip bits off and gulp them down.

Unless they are big enough to swallow you whole, of course.

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