The duck crocodile (Anatosuchus aferensis) is a species of notosuchian crocodylomorph that originally lived in what is now Niger and was once extinct, but has since been brought back from extinction by SciiFii and introduced to the swamps, rainforests, and the riverbanks of Africa to help boost biodiversity. Its duckbill-like snout coincidentally makes it resemble a crocoduck, an imagined hybrid animal with the head of a crocodile and the body of a duck. It is a rather small crocodylomorph, with an adult body length at around 70 centimeters. Despite its appearance it has a diet consisting of small, aquatic creatures, and to get them it wades in water like a heron. The conservation status of the duck crocodile is Least Concern due to successful conservation efforts, the duck crocodile's wide range, and its ability to adapt to life in the cities and suburbs.
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