Lurking in southern swamps from the Carolinas to Louisiana, alligators' place in folklore is both well-established and well-deserved. Get too close to one, and you'll find that their predatory abilities are no tall tale. What makes them so dangerous?
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An alligator's brain weighs:
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How long can an alligator survive without eating?
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American alligators are reptiles belonging to the order Crocodylia. How long has the basic Crocodylia body form existed?
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An average male alligator weighs:
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The spiky plates on an alligator's skin, also known as osteroderms, are:
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Alligators have two sets of eyelids. Their outer set is similar to human eyelids, while the inner set helps them:
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Alligators become fatigued very quickly because:
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Alligators use their tails to propel themselves up to _____ feet out of the water to catch their prey.
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An alligator 's eggs are:
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