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How does the position of a crocodile's nostrils and eyes relate to its method of hunting?
Crocodilians generally hunt by stealthily stalking their prey from the water. They often float just below the water's surface and wait for the prey to show up. When the prey approaches the water, They explode out of the water and seizes its prey. The bodies of crocodilians are well adapted for this type of hunting behavior. Their nostrils, eyes, and ears lie along the top of the head. This allows the crocodilians to see and breathe while lying nearly submerged below the surface of the water.
In this question we need to determine how the position of a crocodile’s nostrils and eyes relates to its way of hunting.
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