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Alligators are a kind of crocodilians of the Alligatoridae family. The name alligator comes from the Spanish word el Lagarto meaning “the lizard.” This is how the Conquistadores would have designated this reptile when they first saw it.

Collection of Alligator Coloring Pages

Alligator Multiples Coloring Pages

Alligator Multiples Coloring Pages

Alligator Snapping Turtle Coloring Pages

Alligator Snapping Turtle Coloring Pages

Alligator With School Supplies Coloring Pages

Alligator With School Supplies Coloring Pages

American Alligator Coloring Pages

American Alligator Coloring Pages

Animal Coloring Pages Alligator

Animal Coloring Pages Alligator

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Baby Alligator Coloring Pages

Baby Girl Alligator Coloring Pages

Baby Girl Alligator Coloring Pages

Alligator Cartoon Coloring Pages

Alligator Cartoon Coloring Pages

Alligator Coloring Pages For Kids

Alligator Coloring Pages For Kids

Alligator Coloring Pages For Preschoolers

Alligator Coloring Pages For Preschoolers

Alligator Coloring Pages Printable

Alligator Coloring Pages Printable

Alligator Coloring Pages Svg

Alligator Coloring Pages Svg

Alligator Coloring Pages Worksheet

Alligator Coloring Pages Worksheet

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Alligator Coloring Pages

Alligator Eating Coloring Pages 300x231 1

Alligator Eating Coloring Pages 300×231 1

Alligator For A Coloring Pages For Kids

Alligator For A Coloring Pages For Kids

Alligator From Sonic Coloring Pages

Alligator From Sonic Coloring Pages

Alligator Holding Sign Coloring Pages

Alligator Holding Sign Coloring Pages

Alligator In Lion King Coloring Pages

Alligator In Lion King Coloring Pages

Alligator Lizard Coloring Pages

Alligator Lizard Coloring Pages

Although crocodiles and alligators appear to be physically similar, there are physical aspects that differentiate them. Alligators, for example, have a broader muzzle and also tend to be darker in color.

Their skin color depends very much on the water in which they live. In alligators, only the teeth of the upper jaw are visible when the mouth is closed, whereas in crocodiles, only the upper and lower teeth can be seen.

 

Alligator Coloring Pages

Pokemon Coloring Pages Alligator

Pokemon Coloring Pages Alligator

Printable Alligator Coloring Pages

Printable Alligator Coloring Pages

Realistic Alligator Coloring Pages

Realistic Alligator Coloring Pages

Relistic Alligator Coloring Pages

Relistic Alligator Coloring Pages

Theres An Alligator Under My Bed Coloring Pages

Theres An Alligator Under My Bed Coloring Pages

Trolls Alligator Coloring Pages

Trolls Alligator Coloring Pages

Cartoon Alligator Coloring Pages

Cartoon Alligator Coloring Pages

Castle Coloring Pages Alligator Moat And Drawbridge

Castle Coloring Pages Alligator Moat And Drawbridge

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Castle Coloring Pages Alligator Moat

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Coloring Pages Of An Alligator

Coloring Pages Of An Alligator

Cute Alligator Coloring Pages

Cute Alligator Coloring Pages

Endangered Species Coloring Pages Chinese Alligator

Endangered Species Coloring Pages Chinese Alligator

Free Alligator Coloring Pages

Free Alligator Coloring Pages

Kawaii Animal Coloring Pages Alligator

Kawaii Animal Coloring Pages Alligator

Kindergarten Letterer Coloring Pages A Alligator

Kindergarten Letterer Coloring Pages A Alligator

Newborn Alligator Coloring Pages Realistic Printables

Newborn Alligator Coloring Pages Realistic Printables

However, many alligators have jaw deformities, making identification a little more complicated. Alligators are also close to caimans, although they differ from them by a bony septum between the nostrils.

Alligators are found in only three countries, namely the United States, Mexico, and China. The American Alligator resides in Florida and Louisiana and the southern parts of Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi.

Alligator can also be found in the coastal regions of North Carolina, southeast Texas, southeast Oklahoma, and Arkansas. It is also present in northern Mexico. South Florida is the only place where alligators and crocodiles coexist.

The Chinese alligator is now only found in the Yangtze River valley. The species is extremely threatened with extinction, and it is thought that only a few dozen specimens remain in the wild. You will probably have a better chance of finding Chinese alligators in zoos around the world than in the wild.

When they are small, alligators eat fish, insects, snails, amphibians, and crustaceans. As they grow older, the variety of prey becomes more diverse. Fish, turtles, various mammals, birds, and other reptiles make up the alligator’s food bowl.

When the alligator is hungry, it may be satisfied with carrion and may also attack smaller alligators. Although humans are not necessarily considered prey, alligators can be dangerous when they feel they are in danger and may attack.