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Nile Crocodile Eye

Nile Crocodile Eye

Macro closeup of a young Nile African common crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus). The focus is on the crocodile's eye and the intricate details of its head and face skin. The eye of the crocodile is a remarkable feature that immediately draws attention. Its round shape is accentuated by a prominent pupil and a reflective layer called the tapetum lucidum, which aids in enhancing the crocodile's night vision. The eye displays a mesmerizing combination of colors, with shades of golden yellow and hints of green, surrounded by a dark, reptilian scale pattern. The head and face skin of the crocodile exhibit a rugged and textured appearance, consisting of hardened scales and ridges. These unique features are characteristic of crocodiles, providing them with protection and enabling them to adapt to their aquatic environment. The skin displays various shades of earthy colors, including dark brown, greenish hues, and subtle hints of lighter tones.

Image ID#: 15770 / Category: Macro, Animals / Price: 499$
Nile Crocodile Eye
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