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Solinus, On the world’s wonders 32.22

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crocodilus malum quadrupes et in terra et in flumine pariter valet; linguam non habet; maxillam movet superiorem.

The crocodile, an evil four-footed animal, is equally strong on land and in a river. It has no tongue; it moves its upper jaw.

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November 20, 2012 at 12:00 PM

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