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The Alligator Eyes are two adjacent nunataks that rise to over 600 metres on the east side of Dickey Glacier in the Churchill Mountains of Antarctica. They surmount the end of the broad ice-covered ridge that extends north from Mount Arcone, and were so named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names because of their apparent resemblance to the eyes of an alligator.
"Alligator Eyes": Three young New York men decide to travel south for a few days away from the Big Apple. They pick up a beautiful, mysterious, blind young woman with a strange and unsettling past.
- director: John Feldman
- genre: Drama
- released on (4 years ago)
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an American alligator eyes on top of the head tor hiding underwater and seeing over the water nostrils that close when underwater strong tail for swimming thick skin for protection strong legs and sharp ...
by Richard B. Armstrong, Mary Willems Armstrong
Alligator Eyes (1990); Dust Devil: ...
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