Re: On predation.

Bill Burnett (
Thu, 9 Nov 1995 10:03:44

chris brochu <> writes:

>In article <> Bill Burnett,
> writes:
>>I actually agreed with you there, believe it or not. Try reading my post
>>again. But you didn't remind me who was suggesting trans-Atlantic crocs,
>>which is unlikely (so I agree with you twice... :-)) In any case the
>>things you find in Florida are alligators so why do we need 'salties' to swim
>>that far?

>Most of the things in Florida are alligators. There is still a relict
>population of Crocodylus in the Keys, and C. acutus ranges from southern
>Florida to Venezuela. acutus, and other species, are found on numerous
>Caribbean islands.


Thanks for your 2 recent croc posts... Can you suggest a good croc
evolution/biogeography book? (or a series of refs.) You've fired my