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"American Alligators" is a book by Aaron Feigenbaum.
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ALLIGATOR There are two kinds of true alligators—the Chinese and the American alligators. Today, the Chinese alligator is in great danger of extinction —only a few hundred survive in the Long tail swishes back and forth for rapid Sharp teeth ...
by Wilson G. Pond
Also, American alligators appear to convert linoleic acid to arachidonic acid to some extent, although rates may not be optimum for maximum growth. When a purified diet containing adequate tryptophan but no niacin was administered ...
From Africanized Honey Bees to Zebra Mussels by Susan L. Woodward, Joyce A. Quinn
Habitats for both American alligators and American crocodiles are threatened, as are habitats of wading birds, such as Wood Storks, and raptors, such as the Everglade Snail Kite. By depleting the water of oxygen, stands may kill fish species, ...
by Maurice Burton, Robert Burton
html Catahoula National Wildlife Refuge Best known for reptiles and amphibians ranging from American alligators to cricket frogs. http://southeastlouisiana.fws.gov/catahoula. html ...
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