The crocodile emoji is sometimes – and incorrectly – identified as an alligator emoji, but its creators assure us it really is a croc! Some versions of this emoji depict it quite realistically and it has a snarling, dangerous look, while others – such as Samsung and Mozilla – have opted for a more cartoon-ish, friendly look. It is always some shade of green and frequently has its mouth open menacingly. It can be used in conversations about crocodiles, reptiles in general and predatory wild animals. It is also sometimes used to show that someone is cranky, and ready to bite off someone else’s head!
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Crocodile may look different on every device. In the above images you can view how Crocodile emoji appears on different devices. Emoji of Crocodile can be used on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and many other platforms and OS. Some devices may show a blank box or X instead of emoji as every device doesn't support each one of the emoji.
This emoji was first introduced in Unicode 6.0 in October, 2010 which was followed by addition to Emoji 1.0 in August, 2015. Crocodile emoji appeared on iOS 6.0, Android 4.4, EmojiOne 1.0 for the first time.