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    Alligators vs. Crocodiles Have you ever looked at a swamp and wonder if it was a crocodile you were observing or an alligator? If so then this essay will show you many differences to tell which is which it will also tell you various various similarities to why people mistake them for one another. They both have a lot of similar features and actions like rough skin and have some differences to help you tell you which you are looking at like most alligators have round snouts and crocodiles have pointed snouts. There are many similarities between a crocodile and an alligator. For instance they both have a lot of features alike so that’s why people mistake them for one another. They both have really sharp teeth to consume there…

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    James Nifong Analysis

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    This Washington Post article by Amy Wang attempts to illustrate that, contrary to popular belief, American alligators actually feed on animals such as sharks and stingrays. It was previously believed that American alligators constrain themselves to freshwater prey such as fish. However, James Nifong led a study that proved that these alligators venture out to prey on other marine animals. Through his study, James Nifong demonstrated the importance of questioning ideas in order to discover new…

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    Again he was relieved to find that Pablo was still asleep because he caused so much trouble for him. The thing that Diego hated most about Pablo is that he thought that he was the best snake in the Amazon, so he bullies every snake, with an exception for his friends. The one thing Pablo was afraid of, however, was the fearsome alligators who lived in the regional river. The reason for this is because the alligators had big sharp teeth, scary green skin, strong jaws and a big, long body compared…

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    Alligator Transcript

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    Transcript Transcript of American Alligator (Alligator mississippiens) SCIN 130 Power Point presentation by Serena L. Sobolewski Introduction: The organism that I have chosen for this assignment is an animal, of the crocodilian family, called the American Alligator. The scientific name is Alligator mississipiens In Spanish it is is called El Legarto, meaning the lizard. The habitat preferred by the American Alligator is fresh water swamps, marshes, rivers, lakes, and occasionally smaller…

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    Turtle Vs Alligator

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    Have you ever wondered what are the similarities and differences between an alligator snapping turtle and an american alligator? They have similar diets,traits,and a habitat crave for freshwater. Although, there also many differences between the two. For example, both reptiles have a way of protecting themselves, but each animal has a different trait that does just that. …

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    Alligators are such an important part of the identity of people living in Louisiana, that they have actually become a symbol of the state. The American Alligator was voted the state reptile of Louisiana in 1983. Alligators are so well liked that there is an Alligator Festival in Luling, Louisiana. Arts and crafts, live music, and thrill rides are available.Alligators are native to Louisiana. They can be found throughout the state living in swamps, rivers, and lakes. Louisiana has a population…

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    Crocodiles Vs Alligators According to the National Park Service crocodiles and alligators belong to a group of reptiles called crocodilians, which are the largest of the living reptiles. Crocodiles and alligators are often mistaken for one another, because of their vast amount of similarities. How do people tell them apart? Crocodiles are considered an endangered species. They live in fresh or brackish water. Such as river estuaries, coastal lagoons, and mangrove swamps. The crocodile is…

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    Amy Wang

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    occurring off the coasts of Florida and Georgia: American alligators are eating sharks and stingrays, unusual prey for the species to eat. Wang goes on to describe the methods by which researchers are studying the diets of the alligators (by pumping their stomachs) and some of the details possibly contributing to the reason why the species is beginning to go out of the freshwater habitats in which alligators naturally live into the salt water to hunt for sharks and stingrays. Many of the…

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    River Otter Family

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    had little investigation, but this is a key factor in feeding behaviors. This study agreed with the overall idea that river otters prefer mid-sized fish. River otters also consume amphibians (primarily frogs), crustaceans (mainly crayfish), small mammals, reptiles, birds, and fruits. One study that was conducted by the Southwestern Association of Naturalists looked at the predation on alligator snapping turtles (Macrochelys temminckii) by river otters. This study was conducted in Oklahoma.…

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    Shanghai Research Paper

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    the centerpiece is the jade Buddha. In the Reclining Buddha Hall is a small reclining white jade Buddha from Burma. Beside the temple is a branch of the Antiques and Curio Store, selling miniature sandalwood drums and gongs that are replicas of the large ones used in ceremonies. The Jin Mao Tower is a complex with offices, a convention space and a hotel. 50 km from the Bund is Zhujiajiao Water Tower. This gives visitors a feel of an ancient town. It is similar to Venice, Italy with…

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