The gharial is a large-sizes reptile found in the murky waters of Northern India and the surrounding countries. The gharial closely related to other large reptiles including caimans and alligators, although the salt-water crocodile is believed to be the gharials closest relative.
The gharial is most commonly found in the calmer areas of the deep fast-flowing rivers of the North Indian subcontinent. The gharial spends most of its time in the water as it is not well suited for a life on the land, due to its short legs.
The gharial (along with the larger adult salt-water crocodiles) in the longest of this group of large reptiles, with they having been reports of adult male gharial reaching more than six meters in length. The elongated snout of the gharial is ideal for catching fish in the water, and contains more than 50 sharp teeth.
The gharial is a generally solitary predator. It does not have the same terrifying reputation for eating humans as crocodiles do. Although the gharial has been known to show aggressive behavior towards humans at times, the shape of the gharial's snout makes it difficult for the gharial to consume anything too big.
How does the writer describe gharial?
Easily catch fish with the long snout.
Are more famous than crocodile as human eater.
Commonly found in water
Grows up to six meters in length
Soal menanyakan bagaimana si penulis menggambarkan Gharial.
Dapat kita ketahui dalam wacana bahwa si penulis mengambarkan Gharial sebagai spesies yang biasanya ditemukan di perairan atau commonly found in water sebagaimana dijelaskan pada paragraf 2 pada kalimat "The gharial is most commonly found in the calmer areas of the deep fast-flowing rivers of the North Indian subcontinent. The gharial spends most of its time in the water as it is not well suited for a life on the land, due to its short legs."
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