Sname : Osteolaemus tetraspis

  Description : African Dwarf Crocodile is the world’s smallest crocodile.
  It is found alone or in pairs in burrows near the water bodies.
  Their jaws are designed to close on prey with maximum force, but they cannot chew or bite pieces off their prey. They come out from the burrows at night to hunt in water, or pool and into the forest.
  They are found in Western and Central Africa.
  They feed on Fish, amphibian’s crustaceans and small mammals.