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Indian Gavial by Mind Map: Indian Gavial
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Indian Gavial

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Habitats

Air

Clean and humid air

Water

Lives in fast moving rivers ( freshwater)

Temperature

use to living in a hot climate 20 to 28 degrees celcius

Other

Live in places like India Pakistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal

Map

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Biology

Behavior

Gives loud buzzing sound if it is annoyed and very slow on land

Size

They can grow up to 3-6 m in length and weigh up to 600- 800 pounds

Lifecycle

The average life span of the indian gavial is 40-60 years in the wild

The gavials are born in eggs just like other reptiles, the young tend too grow not more than a meter, when there aproaching youth there snouts ball grows larger and the size is 2-2.7m, then they become fully grown and there snouts are longer and they grow to about 3-6m in length, then after a good 40-60 years they would usually die of age.

Colour

grey or greyish green

Offspring

It can have 30-50 eggs, New node

The Gavials mating season starts in november and ends in the middle of january

Status

The indian gavial is critically endangered

Action Plan

What the Government can do- The Government can stop cutting down trees and building houses near rivers because then people will be near rivers and if there near lots of littering will be done and these gavials will be gone forever.

What I can do to help- What I can do is stop littering because if I litter the nature surrounding us will be ruined and if the nature is ruined the Gavials home will be ruined, Because the gavials main place to stay is nature.

What NGO can do- The NGO can advertise that the world should start looking after whats around them because these animals can become extinct forever

Fun Facts

DO YOU KNOW !The three largest indian gavials lengths were 6.3 m ( 21 ft), 6.5 m ( 21 ft, and one was 7 m ( 23 ft) !

DO YOU KNOW ! These are some of the gavials that weigh much more than a normal gavial would weigh. 1. 2,200 lb 2. 1500 lb !

DO YOU KNOW ! That indian gavials have more than 100 teeth !

Biome or Ecozone

water, and rivers.

Human Impact on Indian Gavial

The impact humans have on this animal is that humans kill this animal because they think it looks dangerous but it has no threat to humans. This animal mostly only eats fish.

My Recources

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I got some information by reading a book from the library called reptiles.