Cuvier’s dwarf caiman (Paleosuchus palpebrosus) is the smallest kind of crocodile in the world!
To make up for their small size they have a strong defence to protect them from predation. Their thick scales form an armour like defence and are lined with boney plating underneath for extra protection!
They have a few predators in the wild, namely jaguars, green anacondas and boa constrictors.
What do they eat?
Fish, frogs and small mammals
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