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  • Tara Greene

    The American alligator is a rare success story of an endangered animal not only saved from extinction but now thriving. State and federal protections, habitat preservation efforts, and reduced demand for alligator products have improved the species' wild population to more than one million and growing today. One look at these menacing predators, with their armored, lizard-like bodies, muscular tails, and powerful jaws, and it is obvious they are envoys from the distant past.

  • Melba Sanches

    National+Geographic+Wild+Animals | ... Beautiful Animals Photography from National Geographic | Loves Animals

  • Vik Toria

    Alligators, Texas Photograph by Nuwan Samaranayake, Your Shot This Month in Photo of the Day: Animal Pictures This is a photograph of two baby alligators on the mother alligator’s head. The photograph was taken at Brazos Bend State Park in Texas. This nature park is well known for its huge alligator population.

  • Deborah Ziegler

    JANUARY 28, 2013 This image comes to us via photographer Nuwan Samaranayake, who offered it to National Geographic. I have always loved NatGeo. Thanks for the wonderful 'Your Shot' spot online, NatGeo! The artist speaks about the image: This is a photograph of two baby alligators on their mother’s head. The photograph was taken at Brazos Bend State Park in Texas. This nature park is well known for its huge alligator population. THANKS for the loveliness of nature, Nuwan & NatGeo!

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