American Alligator Animal Pictures
Jonas N. Jordan - Public Domain by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
A young alligator sunning itself in the Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia, USA
Achim Raschka - Public Domain by U.S. Geological Survey
Achim Raschka - Public domain picture by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Gabriel Hurley - License Information.
An American alliator (Alligator mississippiensis) found in Everglades National Park, Florida
Matthew Field - License Information.
Two American Alligators (Alligator mississippiensis), Florida, USA
TimVickers - Public Domain
Stolz, Gary M - Public Domain by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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Allen McGregor - License Information.
Peter & Michelle S - License Information.
Alligators are smaller, darker-colored, and less aggressive than alligators.
Albino alligator resting on a rock.
An albino alligator resting on a rock. These white animals are vulnerable to predators as their white skin makes it difficult to camouflage themselves in their habitat.
Alligator with jaws open wide at Everglades National Park
Alligator with jaws open wide at Everglades National Park. Alligators kill about one person a year in America.
An Alligator snapping turtle on the road. Alligator snapping turtles sometimes prey on smaller snapping turtles.
As they develop and mature, an American alligator's teeth and jaws change significantly.
The American alligator, which keeps on growing throughout its life, can grow up to 11.2 feet long and weigh nearly half a ton.