There was an organism that looked like a crocodile with just its head poking out of the water. It was in a huge dirty body of water at the end of the park. It had a huge mouth. It also didn't move very fast. It also had a scaly skin and the teeth looked extremely sharp. It had blackish eyes and its color was a dark green color and camouflaged waits the color of the pond perfectly.
Singaporean Water Monitor.
A 1 metre long monitor lizard, grey back with light yellow post on its belly and down its tail. Seen near a canal.
The water monitor (Varanus salvator) is a large lizard native to South Asia. Water monitors are one of the most common monitor lizards found throughout Asia, and range from Sri Lanka and India to Indochina, the Malay Peninsula, and various islands of Indonesia, living in areas close to water.