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Gharials: Don’t Boop The Snoot

  • Gharials: Don’t Boop The Snoot


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    Special Thanks to the Gharial Ecology Project they really helped us out with this episode. Please check out their links below for more information

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    Examining the nature of the beast.

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  • Tommy the False Gharial 17 Feet Long! Largest in Captivity at 1,700 Pounds! Alligator Adventure


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  • Adult and Baby Gharials | Ganges | BBC Studios


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    Examining the nature of the beast.


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  • Gharial-Mimicking Mosasaur Is Fish-Hunting Expert With Crocodile Snout | Gavialimimus


    I’ve said before that Mosasaurs are weird. Yeah, they’re weird, but only as a whole. They’re weird when compared to other critters, but not amongst themselves. Mosasaurs generally keep the same body plan from one genus to another. Every now and then one is found that has something weird about it, and it’s usually the head end. Just one of these finds has a super long snoot not good for booping. Meet Gavialimimus!

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  • Gharial | WildLife Park


    Today we add in one of the last creatures for the Asiatic section of the zoo, the amazing Gharial!
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    Crocodiles known as gharials are being trained to come when called for a tasty treat: fish!

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    Here's a brief closeup look at an amazing species- the Indian Gharial

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  • Facts About Gharial - The long-snouted Crocodile - 2020


    Facts About Gharial - The long-snouted Crocodile - 2020

    Hello everyone, Today I'll be talking some facts about the long-snouted Crocodile called Gharial. The Gharial is also my favourite Crocodilian.

    Facts About Gharial :

    COMMON NAME: Gharial

    SCIENTIFIC NAME: Gavialis gangeticus

    TYPE: Reptiles

    DIET: Carnivore

    AVERAGE LIFE SPAN IN THE WILD: 40 to 60 years

    SIZE: 12.25 to 15.5 feet

    WEIGHT: 2,200 pounds


    The National Geographic Society has supported conservation efforts for this species.

    What is a gharial?
    Gharials, sometimes called gavials, are a type of Asian crocodilian distinguished by their long, thin snouts. Crocodilians are a group of reptiles that includes crocodiles, alligators, caimans, and more.

    Gharials live in clear freshwater river systems, congregating at river bends where the water is deeper. They’re not well-suited for land so they generally only leave the water to bask in the sun or to nest.

    Once found from Pakistan to Myanmar, the reptile's range has shrunk to two countries: India, along the Chambal, Girwa, and Son Rivers; and Nepal, along the Narayani River.

    Appearance and behaviour
    A typical gharial will reach 12 to 15 feet in length and weigh up to 2,000 pounds. Gharials regulate their body temperature by basking in the sun to warm up or resting in shade or water to cool down.
    Gharials do not stalk and lunge at prey like other crocodilians—their snouts contain sensory cells that can detect vibrations in the water. By whipping their heads from side to side, the animals zero in on fish and grab them in their jaws, which are lined with more than a hundred teeth. While adults eat fish, their offspring also eat insects, crustaceans, and frogs.

    Male gharials sport a large growth on their snout called a ghara, the Hindi word for mud pot. Males use their gharas to vocalize and blow bubbles during mating displays. The animals congregate to mate and make nests during the dry season when females lay eggs in sandbanks along slow-moving sections of water. Eggs incubate for 70 days, and hatchlings will stay with their mothers for several weeks or even months.

    Threats to survival
    The International Union for Conservation of Nature classifies the species as critically endangered. The biggest threats it faces are related to human activities.

    Since the 1940s, the gharial's numbers have declined as much as 98 per cent due to hunting for traditional medicine and drastic changes to their freshwater habitats. For instance, people have manipulated the flow of rivers, causing certain areas to dry out and making it more difficult for water-reliant gharials to survive. Young gharials are also susceptible to being caught in fishing nets, which can lead to injury or drowning.

    Concerns about the gharial’s status have led to a number of conservation efforts in recent decades. The Indian government granted the species full protection in the 1970s with the goal of reducing poaching.

    In the 1970s and 1980s, conservation groups in India and Nepal launched rear and release programs that have introduced more than 6,000 captive-bred gharials into the wild. Unfortunately, the lack of effective monitoring means it’s unclear how successful these programs have been.

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  • Conservation of gharials in India : Gharial Ecology Project


    Short 3:30 minute video featuring gharial ecology and behavior on the Chambal River being studied by the Gharial Ecology Project, as part of the Madras Crocodile Bank Trust, INDIA (
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    Last year, I saw the two tomistomas (false gharials) that live together. Unlike crocodilians with larger jaws, these reptiles feed on smaller fish because of their smaller snouts.

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    Gaviál : (Gavialis gangeticus)
    Gharial : (Gavialis gangeticus)
    Gangesgavial : (Gavialis gangeticus)
    Gavial Du Gange : (Gavialis gangeticus)
    Gaviaal : : (Gavialis gangeticus)

    IUCN Status : Critically Endangered

  • The Gharial



    • One of the largest species of crocodile in the world.
    • Thy live in fast-moving , fresh-water rivers.
    • But the salt-water crocodile is their closest living relative.
    • They can reach 18 feet in length and live to be 60 years old.
    • Their long snout has over 100 sharp teeth – for catching fish!
    • They don’t hunt humans.
    • Their legs are so weak that they move well on land.
    • They used to live in 5 countries but now are mostly in India.
    • They are critically endangered with only 200 left in the world.
    • They have the largest eggs of any crocodilian.

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    Crocodilians, which include alligators, crocodiles, caimans, and gharials, are a misunderstood group of animals, most of which face serious threats to their habitat as well as being hunted for their skin by humans. Of the 23 species of crocodilians, 7 are critically endangered, and nearly all are at risk in some part of their range.

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  • A Positive Video Finally! Gharial Conservation | Endangered Species in Planet Zoo


    What We can learn about Endangered Species from Planet Zoo Episode 14: The Gharial
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    They look like some relic of the prehistoric world, one of the largest reptiles on the planet, with a thin jaw lined with many sharp teeth. The Gharial is a really amazing crocodilian, named for the distinctive boss on the end of the males snout, which someone thought resembled an earthenware pot called a ghara. Males can reach 6 meters, making them among the longest of modern crocodilians. Unfortunately they are considered critically endangered by the IUCN.
    The Gharial inhabits rivers of the Indian Subcontinent, such as the indus and ganges, but are now only found in a few localities in India, Nepal and Bangladesh.
    The gharial fortunately is increasing in population, and the population of 200 is now outdated, with the adult population around 600, and fast approaching 1,000. Gharial were once quite common, but the building of dams really hurts them, whether for agricultural diversion or hydroelectric power. Dams fragment populations and make areas unsuitable for them, and daming on the Indus completely caused the species to go extinct in Pakistan. Their long jaws get caught in nets really easily, and so drown if they get tangled in them. The mining of sand for construction is a major threat as Gharial use large sandbanks to breed, and so the loss of this critical habitat causes a drop in recruitment. The rivers are also full of non-native fish and are rather polluted as planet zoo points out. They also used to be hunted, but this seems to have declined.
    The increase in gharial is from the success of several programs to save the species. The Madras Crocodile bank in India has had success breeding them in captivity, which result in many hatchlings to send out into the wild or move internationally to create more ex-situ programs internationally. One program has been head starting, where captive-bred or wild collected eggs are raised in captivity for a time, before being released when they are larger, however gharial eggs are tricky to transport and the young prefer live fish, so this technique has been difficult to do on a large scale, but has helped several populations, and over the past few decades thousands of juvenile gharial have been released that are just now starting to come of age. The gharial shows a truly positive conservation story for a truly remarkable species.
    Lang, J, Chowfin, S. & Ross, J.P. 2019. Gavialis gangeticus (errata version published in 2019). The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2019: e.T8966A149227430. Downloaded on 30 November 2020.
    Whitaker, R. & Basu, D. (1982). The Gharial (Gavialis gangeticus): A review. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society. 79 (3): 531–548.
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