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Feisty From Birth: Saltwater Crocodile Just Wants to Fight

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December 25, 2013
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The Australian saltwater crocodile's natural tendency towards aggression begins at birth, according to a study carried out at Charles Darwin University in Australia's Northern Territory. The study found that of seven different species, the saltwater crocodile was not only the most aggressive but is also prone to belligerence from the minute it leaves the egg. Sharon Reich reports.


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