For ABC Wednesday, H is for head.
This is the skull of a Nile crocodile, displayed at the Negev Zoo.
You'll never guess what this croc does with its big mouth!
National Geographic tells us --
One unusual characteristic of this fearsome predator is its caring nature as a parent. Where most reptiles lay their eggs and move on, mother and father Nile crocs ferociously guard their nests until the eggs hatch, and they will often roll the eggs gently in their mouths to help hatching babies emerge..
(Linking to Camera Critters.)