Crocodile Niloticus – Found throughout sub-Saharan Africa,the Nile Basin, and Madagascar, the Nile Crocodile is distinct in its slightly larger scales as compared to the Crocodile Porusus. Often visible but less distinct pores.
Crocodile Siamensis – Not native to Singapore but mainly spotted in Southeast Asia, the Crocodile Siamensis is distinct for their twin paired,raised post occipitals. This small freshwater species has relatively smalls scales, both supple with gorgeous tiling.
Crocodile Novaeguineae – Found on the islands of New Guinea,this freshwater species is morphologically distinct from its saltwater cousins(i.e Crocodile Porosus) in the number and arrangement of scales.
Crocodile Porosus – The name Porusus has Greek origins meaning full of callosities, referring to the rugosity and complex structure to the Crocodile Porusus. The species found mostly around Oceania, Southeast Asia,and the Indian Subcontinent, it is prized for its smaller and more defined scales.
American Alligator – Also known as Alligator Mississippiensis, is sourced from the Mississippi river. Defined by its distinct lack of pores as well as the smaller, more symmetrical scales moving out from the middle.