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    There is at least ONE alligator in EVERY body of water in FL!

    Perfect shot! I have actually seen this happen while canoeing in the everglades! Scary as hell!


    Interview with Alligator – Differences between Alligators and Crocodiles Ari loves alligators now bc of her godmother....i've always wondered what the difference was too!

    Birds in the sky, Everglades, Florida

    Welcome to the SWAMP!

    Baby Alligators - Florida Everglades


    American Alligator

    A close-up picture of a caiman underwater in Pantanal, Mato Grosso, Brazil. Photo taken by Swiss photographer Franco Banfi

    Happiest alligator in history. Never thought I'd see an alligator smile! :)


    White alligator is one of rarest in world with only 12 of its kind. These are not albino animals, they are what we call leucistic, which means they have a little bit of pigmentation around the mouth and a little touch on the tail and they have piercing blue eyes. There is one kept at "The Alligator Farm", just outside St. Augustine, Florida.

    Aligator in the Everglades - Florida by sigfus.sigmundsson, via Flickr

    Claude - the California Academy of Sciences' albino alligator They also had an albino alligator larger than this in Waco, Texas years back. Cool.


    This is Trezo Je, one of four leucistic alligators at Gatorland in Orlando, Florida. There are only 15 known leucistic alligators in the world, according to Tim Williams, the park's media relations officer. Leucistic alligators are known for their white skin and blue eyes.




    Baby Alligators