Monday, January 30, 2012

What exactly is a Alligator

The crocodile is the largest reptile in the United States. (Snakes, lizards and other crawling, laying animals were reptiles.) Crocodile resembles a large lizard, but it's not a lizard. It is related to crocodiles but a broader snout and a larger tail. Spends most of his time swimming, or sunning themselves on the shore.

A fully adult male alligator can grow as much as 13 to 16 feet long and can weigh up to 500 pounds, but most of them are smaller, up to 10 feet long for men and 7 or 8 meters for women. This includes the tail. A crocodile's tail is about as long as its body. Alligators live in freshwater flow in the southern United States, from North Carolina to Texas. When they are going to live to 100 years old, but actually 20 to 30 years is closer to it. The crocodile is one of the few reptiles that have voice. It can be loud whine or yelp. Female alligators build nests of leaves and other material, the scraper along the coast.

They lay up to 38 eggs, 2 to 3 inches long. The young alligators are 8 to 10 inches long when they hatch and grow about a foot a year at first, then slower. Young alligators are often caught as "pets", but it is very stupid. They rarely live in captivity, and if they will soon become dangerous. A crocodile eats other animals. It is sent to them, drown it in water, then swallow them. Alligators are shy and rarely attack humans, but if they are dangerous. They often swing their big, strong Tails in battle. Some people are willing to risk death by riding on the backs of alligators. The largest amount of alligators is that their skin is very fine leather.

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