Ever wondered why crocodiles cry while eating their Preys? here’s why;
I guess it would be appropriate if crocodiles are referred to as mysterious beings.
Why do you think we use this cliche in our daily discussions; ‘Crocodile tears’ ?
It is simply because Crocodiles do like, but, usually not out of pity or regret, but, because of these;
1. When crocodiles bite on their preys, they do so with so much vigor and an estimated 7,000 pressure per inch.
Because of this force exerted, it is usually a down pour of tears from their eyes.
Literally, a crocodile produces two type of tears, so you understand that humans aren’t the only species of God’s creation that shed tears.
The first one is to lubricate the eyelids and ease unnecessary friction around the eye region.
It clears the eyes and helps it to see while under the water.