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Health Learning Series

How to Eliminate Heart Burn and Acid Reflux Naturally – Health Learning Series

How to Eliminate Heart Burn and Acid Reflux Naturally – Health Learning Series

Table of Contents

• Introduction

Section one:
• What is heart burn?
• Symptoms of heart burn.
o In adults
o In children
• What are the causes of heart burn?

Section two:
• How to get rid of heart burn?
o Life style changes.
o Home remedies for heart burn.
o Herbal treatment for heart burn.
o Medication for heart burn.
o Posture changes while sleeping.
o Posture changes while eating.
o Stress management and heart burn.
o Surgical treatment for heart burn

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Introduction
Are you clueless how to get rid of heart burn? Do you need help overcoming the burning pain you experience before or after eating your meals? Is heart burn ruining your life? No matter how old your problem of heart burn may be, “How to get rid of heart burn and Acid Reflux Naturally” gives you a quick review of all homemade, herbal, allopathic and surgical remedies for heart burn.
Each chapter of this book gives you a deep insight to the basic causes of heart burn and helps answer your basic question “How to get rid of this condition?”
Following the guidelines regarding life style changes, eating habits and medical care, mentioned in this book, you can overcome this problem in a quick and effective manner and can prevent the relapse of symptoms. Read more..

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Drawing Books

Learn How to Draw Aquatic Animals

Learn How to Draw Aquatic Animals

Learn How to Draw Aquatic Animals – For the Absolute Beginner
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction: Drawing Tools
Primary Sketches
Constructing Outlines
Using a Base
Common forms
Veiltail goldfish
Queen angelfish
Mackerel
Salmon
Catfish
Unique forms
Ocean sunfish
Cowfish
Anglerfish
Contour Shape
Planes
Texture
Porcupine fish
Siamese fighting fish
Seahorse
Composing the Figure
Tarpon

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Primary sketches
Rough sketching is an easy approach to build up your drawing skills by letting your hand gain familiarity on how the forms and details are expressed by lines. This is a good way of enhancing your creativity through experience and can build up your hand and mind coordination rapidly.
Build the form through several lines until you figure out the primary shape of the subject. Sketching is the way to express your imagination freely and portray your ideas visually through lines.
Start with a simple animal figure. Try to draw an animal in profile/side view, draw a simple fish or dolphin, whatever you think is easy for you.
A figure in side view barely involves dimension values and does not contain any kind of foreshortening (overlapping proportions to depict the figure’s perspective).
Worry less on how many line strokes you need to make just to obtain the primary shape of the animal. Be expressive on your line strokes and produce different kinds of lines to construct a figure that is distinguishable to your subject.
Start with thin and barely visible lines with light hand strokes.
Try to construct the primary parts of the figure. Depict the animal’s mass and try proportioning them properly.
Choose the lines that best define the primary shape of your figure and thicken them.
Get back to the line marks you have made and observe what linings depicted the shape of your figure. Darken these lines to make them more dominant to the other markings.
When you already have a good outline of the figure, clean up your drawing and erase the unnecessary line marks you no longer need.
Erase the unsuccessful outlines so you will be left with the effective one (the ones you darkened). And clean up the inner portion of your drawing to have as space for the details.
Now try to draw the details. Draw the eye, fins and gills.
Continue your illustration with the same process you did before. Start with light thin lines until you make the most successful line stroke. Make the fins curvy as if it’s floating on the water. Once again, thicken the most successful lines and erase the unsuccessful sketch marks.
Once you have the primary details, draw the secondary details such as the lines on the fins.
At this point, the permanent (successful outlines) lines should be thinner than the previous outlines you have made but it should be as dark and as visible. Make parallel curved lines to give some details on the fins, follow the outline curves of the fins and adapt how it bends until the lines reach the outline.
Now for the texture, don’t fill the whole thing with overlapping curves to illustrate the scales, just try to imagine that the scales are there but they aren’t totally exposed (as if the light is too bright for the little details to be visible).
Draw the scales on the sides near the main outline with dark lines then make it lighter and lighter as it gets nearer at the center.
Remember that the shape of a fish is a bit round, so draw the scales in a curved line, and sustain this curve along with the other scales on the upper portion of the fish’s body. Read more…

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Drawing Books

Pencil Drawing For the Beginner

Pencil Drawing For the Beginner – Volume 1

Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
GETTING STARTED
DRAWING TOOLS
Drawing Materials
How to grip a pencil properly
Warming up
Rendering
Sphere
Cone
Cube
Cylinder
SKETCHING
Starting with sticks and shapes
DETAILING
Design
Texture
SHADING
Casting shadows
Hatching
Cross-hatching
Scumbling
Stippling
Smudging and layering
Smudging
Layering
Bonus Chapter Animals
Bonus Chapter Landscapes
Introduction

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If you are an artist in search for further knowledge about drawing to enhance your skills then this is not the book for you. This book is for the individuals who want to be an artist but know nothing about drawing yet.

I know how it feels when you want to illustrate an idea but you just don’t know how to start. And when you finally grabbed the confidence to mark that paper but then it turned out really terrible that you don’t want to show it to anyone.

This instructional manual is for making that ‘two circles’ cat of yours into something more pleasing and distinguishable, for enhancing that sheep which looks like a cloud with a face, for turning your stick figures into cartoons, and more.

Learn the very basics of drawing easily by following this step-by-step tutorial and realize that drawing is something that is fun to do, and not something that becomes a cause of frustration.

To give you a hint of what this book is all about, look at this short list of tasks that you will learn to properly initiate after reading and following the tutorial.

Tasks:

-Start with a loose sketch.

You need to define the first look of your drawing by sketching it first so it could serve as a pattern for your permanent outlines (defined outlines). If the lay-out of your primary sketch is too far-off from the final piece that you are after, the latter parts are going to be difficult.

-Define permanent outlines.

Trace your sketch to clearly define the contour shape (primary shape) of your drawing, and clean it up by erasing the sketch markings.

-Show/illustrate some texture

Texture contour provides a better portrayal of the shape’s dimension values. The details such as scales, fur or any print and texture should curve and flow with the contour shape of your subject and adjust with it accordingly.

-Draw the necessary details.

Use a variety of line thickness and line weight (given pressure on the pencil) to show the right balance to the whole drawing, use thick lines for the parts that should visually dominate the drawing, and less visible and thin lines for the secondary details and parts that merely describe the object/subject’s form. Read more…

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Health Learning Series

The Magic of Basil – Tulsi To Heal Naturally

The Magic of Basil – Tulsi To Heal Naturally

Table of Contents
Introduction
How to Grow Basil
Powdered basil As a Herb
Getting rid of Malarial Fever
Fever
Influenza
Rock salt Cure
Preventive and Curative Fever Cures in Winter
Ginger Tulsi Tea
Mint Tea for Slimming
A Basil Sanatorium
Suffering from Acidity?
Who Should Not Take Basil?
How to Use Basil for Natural Remedies
Caffeine addiction?
Tulsi for beauty
Using the Tulsi Steamer
Dark Patches
Dark Patches
Fever Prevention in Children
Fever Prevention in Children
Whooping cough/dry Cough
Traditional Cough Syrup
Surefire Cold Remedy Powder
Suffering from Chronic Cough?
Curing Eczema
Skin Oil
To Cure Wounds
Curing Burns
Basil in Cuisine
Preserving Basil Leaves
Basil Pesto – a Genoese Dish
Healthy Sprouts Mix
Conclusion

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Introduction
Basil has long been known as a valuable herb through the ages, when it was used to flavor foods. But this herb has also been a valuable an integral part of ancient alternative medicine. More than 4000 years ago, one of the greatest of ancient doctors Charaka wrote in his compendium that the juice from the leaves of the sacred basil mixed with honey taken three times a day could cure patients suffering from whooping cough and chest ailments.
That was the time when people relied on natural cures, and their own inmate good health to keep healthy and live long. I am proud to present this book to you, about one of the most useful herbs available to mankind today, of which the significant benefits have been written in ancient books of the East.

Oscimum sanctum is the scientific name given to the sacred basil. What is the difference between cooking basil and sacred basil? Well, to tell you very frankly, most of the cooks in the East prefer to use the plant, which has purplish colored leaves, in their food, just before serving. They call that the cooking basil. On the other hand, the sacred basil has smaller and greener leaves, more pungent in odor and in taste.
One rule passed down from the ancients is that milk and Basil do not mix. So when you are getting rid of a cough and cold, you make up a mixture of one teaspoonful each of honey and dried ginger, eight black peppercorns, and 5 to 10 basil leaves and boil them in water. Drink them down twice a day, and there goes your cold. But if you are boiling these ingredients in milk, leave the basil leaves out.
Sacred basil has a religious and mythological significance coming down the ages, both in the East and in the West. The Greek Eastern Orthodox church used basil in traditional rituals and the women of the house used to sprinkle sacred basil on the threshold of their houses on St. Basil’s day celebrated on 1 January in order to usher in a new and fruitful prosperous new year. Read more…

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Health Learning Series

The Magic of Cardamoms For Cooking and Health

The Magic of Cardamoms For Cooking and Health

Table of Contents
Introduction
How to Grow Cardamoms
Growing Cardamoms from Seeds.
Getting Your Seeds Ready for Sowing
When to Harvest Cardamoms
How to Store Cardamoms
Traditional Spiced Masala Chai
Making Traditional Chai
Where to Use Black Cardamoms
Traditional Noodle Soup
Traditional Tandoori Masala
Cardamoms for Healing
Fighting Depression
Throat and Chest Infections
Conclusion
Author Bio

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Introduction
Cardamoms are considered to be one of the most expensive and precious spices in the world today, taking their place along with saffron, cinnamon, cloves and vanilla.
So what is the magic about this fruit, which has made it the cause for sailors and soldiers going out to conquer lands where this plant was a native and grown extensively? Historians say that this plant is native to the Indian subcontinent, and that is why the tropical climate made this plant flourish all over Nepal, Bhutan, India, and surrounding areas.
You may find cardamom in the market, packaged in green seed pods, which have to be removed so that you can find aromatic green seeds inside. The shell is papery and is equally aromatic as are the seeds. Guatemala is a top producing country for cardamoms, which are either black or green in color. Both of them belong to the same family, but are two different species.
The green cardamoms which you enjoy sprinkling on your desserts , or just enjoy chewing on the seeds to freshen your breath are Elettaria, [this name has been taken from the traditional ancient name for cardamoms –elaichi- taken from the original Sanskrit ellaka] while the dark brown larger pods are Amomum. [This word has been derived from the Greek word amonos Or One without Reproach.]
Many researchers believe that this is the spice referred to in the New Testament, – a large portion of which was originally written in Greek – and called amomon. In the same way, a priceless spice tablet going back more than 3000 years, and found in recent excavations in Mycenae in ancient palatial archives, talks about this precious spice-amomon.
The great Greek botanist Theophrastus described this spice in 450 BCE, but he was not very certain about whether it originally came from Persia or from India. All he knew that it came from the mysterious lands of spices.
Surprisingly enough, this family belongs to the same family as the well-known herb- ginger. The family is Gingiferaceae , with different genus and species making up the members of this family. Read more…

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Health Learning Series

The Magic of Chillies For Cooking and Healing

The Magic of Chillies For Cooking and Healing

Table of Contents
Introduction
What Is the Difference between Chillies and Chili Peppers?
How to Grow Chillies.
Growing Chillies from Their Seeds
What Makes the Chillie so Hot?
Why Do People Crave Chillies?
Original Traditional Cuisine Including Curries.
Spicy Dry Chicken Curry.
Red-Hot Thai Curry Paste
Massaman Curry Paste
Massaman Beef Curry
Measuring the Heat of Chillies
Chillies for Healing
Traditional Winter Hot Oil
Chillies Infused Oil
Appendix
Traditional Hungarian Goulash.
Desi Ghee
How to Make Coconut Cream
Conclusion
Author Bio

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Introduction
Why is it to that the word “Chillies” does not conjure up a vista of something really hot, in the Eastern mind, but does so, in the Western mind? That is because few Easterners are particularly fascinated by the heat of chillies, because as they say, Familiarity Breeds Contempt. They are so used to having chillies as a part of the daily cuisine, and in their natural remedies, that it has never been an exotic spice or a herb to them.
An Easterner knows that chillies are hot. He knows that he can alleviate the burning sensation by taking a spoonful of yogurt, or a spoonful of sugar. In fact, in 1902, an American pharmacist William Scoville did some research on how many drops of sugar water were needed to alleviate the burning sensation of a hot chili pepper! But in the East, the chillies are just not restricted to their heat content – they are used to give the deep red color to gravies, especially hot red curries and gravies like Goan Vindaloos and Rogan Josh. Eastern sauces and pickles are given their piquancy with a handful of chillies.
Some of the milder chillies are stuffed with a mixture of spices and mashed potatoes, and served as a vegetable. Capsicum is a good example of that particular chillie family.
Chillies are just not an integral part of Indian cuisine; they are also very popular among the Chinese, the Thais and other oriental and Eastern cuisine, excepting the Japanese. The Japanese, have kept away from the Chillie Revolution, and that is why their food, though delicious and nutritious is comparatively bland in heat content.
Thai cuisine is a mixture of heat and herbs and spices. Chillies are just sprinkle on the top of the Thai dishes, to lend color, and flavor. They are also sprinkle on Thai salads in powdered form, to give the salads the touch of hot piquancy. Read more…

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Health Learning Series

The Magic of Coconuts For Cooking and Health

The Magic of Coconuts For Cooking and Health

Table of Contents
Introduction
The Power of Coconut Oil
Which Coconuts To Plant
Coconut Birdhouse
Growing of Coconuts in a Nursery
Where to Grow a Coconut
Harvesting coconuts.
Other Uses of Coconuts
How to Make Coconut Butter
Coconut Cream and Coconut Milk
Coconut Cream
Coconut Milk Comes First
How to Make Coconut Cream Last Longer
Coconuts in Cuisine
Indonesian Chili Chicken
Simple Coconut Chutney
Traditional South Indian Coconut Chutney
Traditional Coconut Pudding
Conclusion
Author Bio

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Introduction
The moment you hear the word “nut” you visualize a small, well, nut with a hard shell, which needs to be removed. So how did the coconut get to be called a nut, when it is definitely not a nut, but a drupe?
Whether drupe or nut, the name Coco was given to this native of South America, by Spanish explorers, because they thought that it resembled the face of a monkey [Coco.] In fact, the eyes as well as the hairy appearance of the enough, made them think of a monkey, but in ancient eastern mythology, it was considered to be the face of Lord Shiva the destroyer in Hindu mythology who had three eyes
For generations, the coconut has been considered to be the tree of life, because it has provided people down the ages, with everything they wished. Oil, juice, food to eat in the shape of coconut meat, coconut milk and everything nourishing, which you can get from the coconut is readily available at hand. All you have to do is climb the tree like a Coco and gather coconuts.
Did you know that more than one third of the world subsists on coconuts for survival? Many Countries have based their economies on coconut products. And that is why, in many parts of the East, cutting down the coconut tree is taboo, because of its spiritual, emotional, and traditional associated bond with human beings.
Coconuts are extremely rich in minerals, vitamins and in fiber. Doctors in coastal areas know that they do not have to worry about any harm coming to victims of typhoons and epidemics, as long as they are coconuts around.
Asian, Eastern and Pacific cultures have long use the products of coconut, for healing and curing, especially in alternative medicines. Coconut oil is considered to be the best moisturizer as well as healing base for medical preparations since ancient times. So everything from massaging to conditioning your hair and making beauty cosmetics from coconut have been a part of Eastern, Pacific and Asian culture for millenniums.
The West has finally woken up to the medical and healing potential of the coconut and its products. Thanks to extensive research being done in the UK and in the USA, people have got to know all about the healing power of the coconut. However, it was only when Jennifer Aniston was seen in the supermarket with lots of coconuts, that it began to become really popular in America as a healthy food item. Until then, it was just used as a hair conditioner or a skin moisturizer and in other natural beauty preparations.
Nobody can suffer from malnutrition or dehydration, if you have a coconut tree around.
It is surprising how recently modern research has found out that coconuts are both antiviral and antibacterial. In ancient Eastern medicine, people knew how to cure throat infections, mouth infections, bladder and urinary infections, kidney related diseases, influenza, pneumonia and other diseases caused by bacteria, viruses and fungi for millenniums. In fact, if you had a tree of life in your garden, you would live almost as long as did the tree.
That is because you were eating itself the fruit, which would keep you healthy and with a strong autoimmune system throughout your life. Read more..

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Health Learning Series

25 Essential Herbs You Need to Know

25 Essential Herbs You Need to Know

Table of Contents
Introduction
Sage – Leaves
Mint – Herb – Mentha spicata.
Mint Jelly
Mint Julep
Ginger – Roots
Ginger Tips
Ginger for Skin Infections
Ginger Ale
Coriander [Cilantro] – Coriandrum Sativum – leaves, seeds
Chives – Allium choenoprasum – leaves
Sauce Tartare
Lavender
Plant Cuttings with Heels
Lavender Seeds
Lavender Bags
Lavender Potpourri
Bergamot – Momarda Didyma – leaves, bark and flowers
Bergamot Tea Infusion.
Dill – Poucedomum Graveolus – Seeds and Leaves
Fennel – Foeniculum vulgare – F.officinale – Leaves, Stem And Seed
Chamomile Anthemis nobilis – flowers
How to Make a Chamomile Lawn
Parsley Petroselinum Crispum – Leaves.
Maître D’hôtel Butter
Drying Parsley
Rosemary – rosemarinus officinalis – whole sprig
Hungary Water
Rosemary Tea
Rosemary Scalp Tonic
Thyme – Thymus vulgaris – Leaves
Thyme Vinegar
Anise
Aloe Vera
Growing Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera for Beauty
Face Wash Mixture
PH Balanced Skin Toner –
Basil – Oscimum basilicum – leaves
Basil Vinegar
Carraway (Caraway) – Carum carvi – seeds, leaves, root.
Chervil – Anthriscus cerefolium – leaves and roots
Chervil Vinegar
Hyssop – Hyssopus officinalis – young shoots
Hyssop Tea.
Garlic – Allium sativum – bulb
Comfrey – Symphytum caucisicum – leaves
Violet – Viola odorata – Leaves And Flowers
Violet Cure for Insomnia
Violet pudding
Marjoram – origamum omits – leaves
Tarragon – artemisia dracunculus – leaves.
Tarragon Vinegar
Angelica – Angelica archangelica – stem
Crystallizing Angelica
Conclusion
Author Bio

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Introduction
Just imagine a world without herbs. You would be flavoring your food with spices or even with natural minerals, because you did not know all about the value of the plant world to make a difference between a bland dish, and a delicious one.
Also, just imagine trying to get rid of a cold more than 5000 years ago, by rubbing your face with cold water. Until somebody decided that he was feeling really cold and he needed something hot to drink. So he just put some water on to boil, but because he did not like the taste of bland water, he just added some nice green leaves. Hey, this chance combination turned out to be really tasty. It also happened to cure his cold and made him feel really warm.

Believe it or not, most of the herbal lore, which has passed down to us down the ages has been found due to experimentation or by Lucky chances. Also, anything which my goats, sheep, horses and cattle liked may not have suited my innards and vice versa. That is why you do not give your cats and dogs , well spiced food, especially your pizza remains, unless you want them really sick.
At that time people did not know much about writing, because we are talking about prehistoric times. However, down the generations, they passed on this knowledge to the people of their tribe. And when they met up with other people of other tribes, they shared this knowledge.
This continued some sensible person decided that this knowledge had to be stored up for the use of future generations. And so this compile addition of herbal lore and information was born and the teachers, the wise men helped mankind for ages to come.
This included the knowledge of the essential oils in the plants.

Basil and mint essential oils are excellent for cooking and in beauty products.

Many of the herbs and remedies known to our ancestors have been lost with the passage of time. However, a lot of these remedies are still being rediscovered by chance, or through documents, found in excavations. Many of the plants which were so common during the time of the Pharaohs are now extinct.
Nevertheless, their knowledge can be considered to be the basis of modern medical knowledge. They knew all about how to use onions to cure colds, as well as heart diseases. Thanks to the Eber papyri , modern researchers are researching on the benefit of onions to cure heart ailments. Read more…

Healthy Gardening Series

A Beginner’s Guide to City Gardening – Sustainable and Organic Gardening In Limited Space

A Beginner’s Guide to City Gardening
Sustainable and Organic Gardening In Limited Space

Table of Contents
Introduction
Planning Out Your City Garden
Situation and Shape
Drainage and Soil
Choice and Supply of Plants
Tools
Tool Maintenance
Fertilizers
Nutrients for the Soil
Annual Digging
Compost Heaps
Garden Waste
Why Compost
Making a Compost Pit
Manuring the Garden
Watering
Maintaining an Established Garden
Conclusion
Author Bio

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Introduction
What do I mean by city gardening, you may ask? There was a time, when people had large open areas just outside their door steps in the town, or in the “country”, and all they had to do was fence it off and try to tame it.
But as more and more people started migrating to cities, the available space for gardening began to be lessened. That was because concrete jungles came up, where once we had green fields. Suburbs on the outskirts of cities still had lots of land where gardens could grow, but for all those living uptown downtown and Midtown in Flats or in closed blocks, limited spaces and detached and semi-detached houses, one had to make do with imaginative and constructive ideas, with which they could still be in touch with greenery around them.
Boxes and plant containers on windowsills have been a part of city gardening.

You as a city gardener know that you have just limited resources in terms of space. That is why you have been to know how to adapt these limited resources to gain the satisfactory end you desire – that to have a garden in your house, or just outside your window sill, or in a room, or in your backyard.
People are afraid to experiment in looking at all the options open to them, when they want to make a city garden in limited space. So they keep to potted geraniums, some sad looking chrysanthemums and other seasonal flowering plants, and possibly a little creeper.

On the other hand, if you have been brought up in the country, and have spent a major portion of your life surrounded by plants, it is possible that you are instinctively going to have a knowledge of plants and their needs. And you are going to bring this knowledge along with you to the city.
This knowledge does not come innately – you need to be surrounded by gardeners. Also, trial and error on your part and advice from experienced experts who in their time have tried and erred and then imparted that knowledge to you for your benefit, is going to help you make a really nice city garden.
This book is for all those beginners who are dreaming of their own garden in which to relax and also for experienced gardeners, who want some extra tips and techniques with which they can improve their gardens. Read more…

Amazing Animal Books

Crocodiles For Kids Amazing Animal Books For Young Readers

Crocodiles For Kids Amazing Animal Books For Young Readers

Bestselling author John Davidson presents “Crocodiles For Kids – Amazing Animal Books For Young Readers“. Beautiful Pictures and easy reading format will help children fall in love with Crocodiles. This is one of over 30 books in the Amazing Animal Books for Young Readers Series.

The series is known as one of the most beautiful on the kindle. The pictures look great even in black and white and are excellent on the full color kindle.
Lots of facts and photos will help your children learn about this wonderful animal. Children are given a well-rounded understanding of this beautiful animal: its anatomy, feeding habits and behavior.

*** You and your kids will love learning about Crocodiles***

Table of Contents
Introduction
About Crocodiles
Features of Crocodiles
Diet of Crocodiles
Behavior and Vocalization
Senses
Crocodiles and Alligators
Nile Crocodile
American Crocodile
Siamese Crocodile
Slender-Snouted Crocodile
Mugger
Cuban Crocodile
American Alligator
Chinese Alligator
Spectacled Caimans
Humans and Crocodiles

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Introduction
Sometimes when you row a boat through a water body close to a marshy land, you may notice the fallen leaves covering the surface of the water entirely. It may look pretty like a scene from Disneyland. But if you look closely, you may be able to see a pair of eyes staring at you from the water watching your every move unblinking. Scary, isn’t it? Well, the owner of those pair of eyes is even more scarier being a deadly predator. He is the king of the water and nothing can match his bite force. Yes, he’s the crocodile.
Just the very mention of crocodile is enough to make goose bumps appear on one’s skin. But what we really do not know is that those powerful jaws with teeth can also be gentle when dealing with baby crocs. Are crocodiles same as alligators or are they totally different creatures? Curious to know?
Then join us as we explore the world of crocs and understand what makes them such powerful predators with some other interesting facts. Read more…