Species: American Alligator
Status: Despite the complete protection of alligators under the 1962 Florida law, extensive alligator poaching continued into 1970. In recent alligator population surveys, results show a progressive increace from 1974 to present.
Distribution: These impressive reptiles live in the Southeastern parts of the United States.
Size: Growth rates vary with temperatures and food availability. It takes an alligator 8 to 10 years in captivity to reach full maturity. An average adult alligator can range from 8 tp 10 feet in length and can weigh over 500 pounds.
Food: When full grown, Marcus can eat between five and eight whole chickens every four to five days. His diet consists of chicken and fish.
Tidbit: Alligators have been around since the time of the dinosaurs. For more information please click here!
Lifespan: Alligators generally live between 30 - 60 years.
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