While it was rare for large predators to confront one another, he said, crocodileshave an advantage in water. "Salt water crocodiles are very powerful. Tigers cross creeks to move from one island to another in the Sundarbans and a crocodile in water is definitely much more powerful than a tiger.
1) saltwater crocodiles.
Named for its ability to survive in full salinity seawater, saltwater crocodilestypically live in brackish (low salinity) water near the coast. Though crocodiles and their relatives have a negative reputation among people, most species are relatively harmless and would rather avoid people rather than confront them.
Nile and salt water crocodiles are the most dangerous. Not all species attack humans. Many are wary of people and may only bite if they are disturbed or taken by surprise. Pooley hopes more attacks can be prevented if people are made aware of the specific risks that face them.
The next crocadile live throughout sub-Saharan Africa, the Nile Basin, and Madagascar in rivers, freshwater marshes, and mangrove swamps. The diet of the Nile crocodile is mainly fish, but it will attack almost anything unfortunate enough to cross its path, including zebras, small hippos, porcupines, birds, and other crocodiles.
A 14 foot Nile crocodile would habve no problems killing a tiger. Crocodiles kill and eat big cats. For example a Nile crocodiles kill liuon and leopard on Africa. A big crocodile can bite down with the three times the force of a great white shark and pound for piound reptiles are stronger than mammals.
3) Komodo dragon.
The komodo dragon is more likely to win a fight against a tiger. It is much stronger than a komodo dragon with larger teeth stronger jaws and eighteen razor sharp claws.
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