We have our Top 5 Alligator Facts for Kids! (Educational video for students)


A reptile that can be up to 11 feet long,
cold-blooded and lays plenty of eggs. Stay tuned for more as I have fun facts for
you about alligators. Beginning with fact number one and how alligators
mate, male alligators may fertilize several females during mating season, but female alligators
only have one mate each season and they create a nest out of mud, plants, and sticks where
they lay their eggs. From there they cover them to incubate and
some female alligators can have up to 50 eggs at a time. With fact, number two alligators have another
relative you may know of. That relative is the crocodile. That is because they are both large reptiles
and members of the order Crocodylia. An easy way to tell the difference between
them is a part of fact number three. With an alligator it has a wide, round snout,
that is black in color and when its mouth is closed you can still see its upper teeth. Fact number four is all about the size. As far as alligators size it is said that
some alligators can grow up to 11.2 feet in length and some have weighed up to a thousand
pounds. Now that would be one long and scary alligator. I don’t know about you but I like hanging
with my friends and so do alligators. With my final fact, alligators are very social
and stay in groups that are called congregations. You may see them all together hanging out
in the sun or taking a swim. If you see them hanging out in the sun that’s
because of their cold. If they’re taking a swim, that’s because they
need to cool off. Hey, that is all for me and thanks for joining
me for fun facts about alligators. If you would like to share some facts about
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