What do you know/think, what is the general make-up of the crocodilians offspring produced in zoos (only in zoos, excluding commercial crocodile farms) in the last 10-15 years? Wich crocodilians babies are most numerous/most intensively produced in zoos? Are they mostly endangered (threatened) babies, or are not threatened like American alligator or Nile crocodile? Here I mean on all crocodilia species, including alligators, caimans, gharial and false gharial. Are there zoos breeding Nile crocodiles? Are there zoos sourcing less-treatened crocodilians from crocodile farms (in tropics). I would wrote that make-up of crocodilians babies produced in the last 10-15 years in zoos are mostly: Babies of dwarf crocodile (3 species) Babies of American alligator (US) Babies of Cuban crocodile Babies of Chinese alligator Babies of Morlet's crocodile (in Europe mostly in UK) (ZTL) Are there recent successes of breeding of slender snouted crocodiles (2 species), caimans (relatively numerous in zoos - captive bred?), Orinoco river crocodile, gharial (outside India)? Are zoos shifting and phasing out non-treathened species like Nile crocodiles and American alligators, for place for more threatened species? I rarely read info like this about crocodiles hatchings. I asked many questions, but please consider this as general discussion and every info is welcomed.