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Translocation, genetic structure and homing ability confirm geographic barriers disrupt saltwater crocodile movement and dispersal

: Yusuke Fukuda, Grahame Webb, Charlie Manolis, Garry Lindner, Sam Banks. Data curation: Yusuke Fukuda, Charlie Manolis, Garry Lindner, Sam Banks. Formal analysis: Yusuke Fukuda, Grahame Webb, Sam Banks ... . Funding acquisition: Yusuke Fukuda, Sam Banks. Investigation: Yusuke Fukuda, Grahame Webb, Charlie Manolis, Garry Lindner, Sam Banks. Methodology: Yusuke Fukuda, Grahame Webb, Charlie Manolis, Garry

Dead or Alive? Factors Affecting the Survival of Victims during Attacks by Saltwater Crocodiles (Crocodylus porosus) in Australia

result of the wounds received (Charlie Manolis unpublished data). These historical cases are considered to reflect the lack of medical facilities and transport at that time. Improved communication, access

Ontogenetic comparisons of standard metabolism in three species of crocodilians

Due in part to their large size, aggressive temperament, and difficulty in handling, there are few physiological studies of adult crocodilians in the literature. As a result, studies comparing individuals across an ontogenetic series and comparisons among species are also lacking. We addressed this gap in knowledge by measuring standard metabolic rates (SMR) of three species of...