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allie’s smile is like the sun,
anap your jaws and count to .
Alligators have a wider snout than crocodiles. Crocodiles are usually meaner
Alligators live in the water. They like rivers, ponds and lakes. They swim by moving their tails from side to side.
Alligators lay eggs. When the babies are ready, they hatch out. They are about 8 inches long and they eat small frogs, lizards and fish.
Yes, alligators make a growling sound.
Alligators normally eat fish, turtles, frogs, crayfish, birds, and mammals like raccoons, opossums, armadillos and rabbits.
Look how rough the skin looks. This tough skin helps protect the alligator.
If you see a sign like this, don’t go swimming!
You don’t want to become a snack for the alligators!