How is a mouth of a crocodile adapted for feeding?

by heth gada
(mumbai)

On the top of the crocodile's snout is its nostrils, eyes, and ears, so that it can submerge most of its body but still be able to track potential prey. As well, they have a flange that closes in their throat, enabling crocodiles to eat without in taking water. They often feed by herding a group of fish with their tail and then snapping their mouth sideways, consuming the fish.

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