This crocodile lived alongside the early humans Homo habilis and Paranthropus (Australopithecus) boisei.
Fossil bones of at least 2 hominid individuals bear tooth marks characteristic of crocodile feeding. In both examples, each hominid lost its left foot in the encounter.
Crocodylus anthropophagus probably had a similar biology to living African crocodiles.
Crocodile embryos do not have sex chromosomes, and unlike humans, sex is not determined genetically. Sex is determined by temperature: