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Here is another request for meaty information/ideas.
I heard somewhere (in literature--can't remember where) that crocodilians
have pneumatic passageways in their skull bones, perhaps remotely similar
to those of birds and certain theropod dinosaurs. I've lost the
reference, and I don't have a crocodile skull to dissect. Is this
correct? If it is, what would the function be? Certainly not the same
as for birds and maybe the dinosaurs.