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Alligator Feeding

Alligators swim, eat and bask in a natural environment

Coconut palms and a host of tropical plants surround the sun sparkled waters of Alligator Bay. Look more closely and you'll see giant reptiles gliding through the waters or sunning on the banks and islands.

You'll learn the truths behind the myths about the more than one million alligators that make their homes in Florida. This natural lake environment is also home to numerous native species including an annual rookery of herons.

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More about alligators

Naples Zoo Alligator Page

Croc or Gator? Tell the difference.

Photo of Alligators Basking on Island

View of Alligator Bay looking West

Other Sites

The Crocodilian

St. Augustine Alligator Farm

Florida Fish and Wildlife Alligator Info
includes contact numbers for nuisance alligators

Burmese pythons don't make good pets. So many former pets have been released they are believed to be reproducing in the Everglades. This unlucky python finds itself in the jaws of an alligator where it was photographed by Mike Mercier.


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