2016 has been a calm year for the Northern Territory’s crocodile administration team, with rangers statement a notable falling in crocodile seizes and no deadly assault. Rangers of wildlife enclosed a complete of 223 crocodiles of the saltwater across the top End around last year, 67 less than 2015, so the numbers are become lower with a big deference than the register high of 318 crocodile seized before 2013. Chief wildlife ranger informs that, while there was no pure ground for the coming down, bad climate status perhaps it will be the point, so they don’t truly know precisely, but it could be therefore of a such bad moisten periods, in time if the there is a fine moisten period they thought the numbers should increase. The main point where the crocodiles captured this year were pulled from traps in Darwin Harbour, with a number as well taken away from Gove and Katherine. However there have been no deadly attacks in the Northern Territory this year, authorities are one more time alerting concerning the risk hiding in tropical waterways. The (saltwater crocodile) is the biggest of all living reptiles, as well as the biggest riparian predator over the world. Males of this kinds may reach sizes up to a minimum 6.30 m and perhaps up to 7.0 m in length. Nevertheless, an adult male saltwater crocodile rarely reaches and overrides a size of 6 m weighing 1,000 to 1,200 kg. Females are frequently smaller and often do not exceeds 3 m. As its name means, this kind of crocodile can live in marine environments, but generally stays in salty and brackish mangrove quagmires, embouchure and lower extension of rivers. They have the widest distribution of any newfangled crocodile, ranging from the northern Australia.