The Cuban crocodile is a small but aggressive species of crocodile found only in Cuba. This highly endangered reptile.
Ehich favors swamps, marshes and rivers, can only be found in Cuba’s Zapata Swamp and the Isle of Youth and has even been known to perform acts of cannibalism. This is the Cuban crocodile.
The Cuban crocodile is of interest to biologists for its unique physical and behavioral traits. Long- and strong-legged, it is the most terrestrial of extant crocodiles.
Its preferred habitat comprises freshwater environments such as marshes and rivers. Despite its modest size, it is a highly aggressive animal, and potentially dangerous to humans.