Alligator/Crocodile Facts & Trivia

Alligator and Crocodile Facts, Movies, Songs, & Trivia 1200x800

  • Alligators use their tails to make “gator holes” to retain water during droughts
  • An alligator can go through 2,000 to 3,000 teeth in a lifetime
  • Crocodiles have a longer, v-shaped head than alligators, and the fourth tooth of a crocodile sticks out when its mouth is closed
  • Crocodiles are found in the wild all over the world, while alligators are only found in the United States and China
  • Crocodiles are better adapted to live in sea water
  • Kingdom: Animalia
  • Phylum: Chordata
  • Class: Reptilia
  • Order: Crocodilia
  • Family: Alligatoridae

Alligator/Crocodile movies

  • Eaten Alive, (1977)
  • Alligator, (1980)
  • Dark Age, (1987)
  • Lake Placid, (1999)
  • Crocodile, (2000)
  • The Brutal River, (2005)
  • Black Water, (2007)
  • Rogue, (2007)
  • Supercroc, (2007)

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Alligator/Crocodile songs

  • Alligator, by Tegan and Sara
  • Alligator, by Grateful Dead
  • Alligator Aviator Autopilot Antimatter, by R.E.M.
  • Alligator Pie (Cockadile), by Dave Matthews Band
  • Crocodile Rock, by Elton John
  • Alligator Sky, by Owl City
  • Crocodile, by This Town Needs Guns
  • Crocodile RockElton John

Famous Alligators/Crocodiles

  • Ben Ali Gator, from the movie “Fantasia”
  • Brutus and Nero, from the movie “The Rescuers”
  • Leatherhead, from the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” series
  • Louis, from the movie “The Princess and the Frog”
  • Roger, from “The Penguins of Madagascar”
  • Wally Gator, by Hanna Barbera
  • Albert and Alberta, mascots of the University of Florida

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