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12 Oct 2021

Thanks for the great information. sorry for delay was having trouble posting new question on my mobile devices. Sothe crocodile has now swallowed down the guy in the red speedos and wrist guards . Describe what will be happening in the crocodiles stomach. Many thanks .
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12 Oct 2021

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13 Oct 2021
Dr Gwen
Dr Gwen
Veterinarian

No problem. Now that the whole body is down in the croc's stomach, it is folded up and a bit compressed in there, but filling out the stomach completely. The very strong stomach acid will start to digest the body immediately.  The skin and mucus membranes like the lips, nostrils, and the eyes will dissolve first as they do not have quite the integrity that the skin does.

13 Oct 2021
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13 Oct 2021
Would the guy be s large meal for the crocodile compared to its normal food. What will be the next part of the guy to be digested .
13 Oct 2021
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14 Oct 2021
Dr Gwen
Dr Gwen
Veterinarian

This would be a large meal for the crocodile and be able to sustain him for a few months.  After the mucus membranes dissolve the outer layer of skin would be the next area to become liquified.  Exposure to the soft tissues by the stomach acid would speed up that digestive process so the eyes, nostrils, oral cavity, etc are going to dissolve into a mush faster than the fingernails, hair, and tougher parts of skin.

14 Oct 2021
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14 Oct 2021
Great reply, you can open the rating button , and i will as the last part in a new question , thanks.
14 Oct 2021
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15 Oct 2021
Dr Gwen
Dr Gwen

Thank you, I'll do that now.

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