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|Idle Speed:||0.2 m/s|
|Eats:||Agouti, Crab, Deer, Elk, Hare, Salmon, Snapping Turtle, Tortoise, Trout, Tuna, Turkey|
|Climb Height:||0.0 m|
|Carbon Released:||0.0 ppm|
|Harvest Item:||Alligator Carcass|
|Flee Speed:||1.5 m/s|
|Attack Chance:||80 %|
|Detect Range:||12.5 m|
|Attack Range:||2.5 m|
See Also[edit | edit source]
For a list of animals, see Animals.
Behaviour[edit | edit source]
Found in Rainforest biome.
Hunting[edit | edit source]
Strategy[edit | edit source]
Real life Facts[edit | edit source]
THE AMERICAN ALLIGATOR ( Alligator mississippiensis) is the largest reptile in North America. They live in freshwater wetlands in the southeastern United States.
The American alligator is a conservation success story. Once endangered, they have now made a remarkable recovery. State and federal conservation measures, habitat preservation, and reduced demand for alligator products have resulted in a wild population of more than one million alligators.
They have between 74 and 80 teeth in their jaws at any given time.
They can use tools. American alligators have been observed using lures to hunt birds.
Alligators are ecosystem engineers. Alligators play an important role in their wetland ecosystems by creating small ponds known as alligator holes. Alligator holes retain water during the dry season and provide habitats for other animals.
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History[edit | edit source]
|9.1.4||Alligator Speed was increased from 1.0 to 1.5.|
|9.0.0||Alligator was added to ECO.|