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A Cuban crocodile is a kind of crocodile found in the Zapata Swamp of Cuba and the Island of Youth. They are near extinction because of hunting. Their average length is 2.4 meters.

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Juveniles eat small fish, freshwater anthropods, and crustaceans. Small mammals, fish, and turtles are eaten by adults. These crocodiles aren't known to be dangerous to people.