Crocodile species observed in Southern Mexico. Seen around mid-day and in mid-January time by a freshwater lake.
No interactions present.
With crocodiles one pair of teeth in the lower jaw is visible when the mouth is closed, which fit into a notch in the upper jaw. With alligators none of the teeth in the lower jaw are visible when the mouth is closed. You can see these teeth in this photograph. There is another species of crocodile, the American crocodile Crocodylus acutus that occurs in this area. However, as pirayaguara noted, the croc in the photo has a very broad snout, which is characteristic of Morelet's crocodile.
On that basis I'll withdraw my id - I have not seen this species which looks very different from American crocodile or any of the other crocodiles I have seen
Lat/Lng: 19.1817, -88.4791