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Cocodrilo o cocodillo

He encontrado estas dos palabras en muchos artículos diferentes en la Web sin ninguna explicación para la ortografía diferente. Sólo curioso.

Tambien caimanes y yacaré

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Old July 30, 2017, 11:37 AM
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cocodrilo in Spanish and coccodrillo in Italian. Other versions are very old spelling of we-give-a-darn modern spelling.

Cocodrilos are mostly Old World crocodiles (and a few species around the Caribbean), caimanes and yacarés are New World alligators (inspiring Wally Gator and Margarito Tereré)
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