No, there are no alligators in the New York City sewer system. There are rats, but no alligators.
Swamps and river systems from Texas to North Carolina.
alligators live on land and in the water
Live Alligators was created in 1990.
If the jungle had a swamp an alligators would live in it. That's because alligators mostly live in swamps.
An aquatic habitat is the shelter where alligators live in
alligators can live up to ? years.
Yes alligators do live in groups (some of them,)
No - only crocodiles live in Nigeria, not alligators.
Does alligators and crocodile live in Alaska
Yes, termites can live in sewer lines.
No, absolutely no alligators or crocodiles live in the wild in Utah.
The two main types of sewer systems are the sanitary sewer system and the stormwater sewer system. They are different because sanitary sewer system has water from sinks, baths, washing machines, and toilets and the stormwater sewer system has water from the rain or melted snow that run off streets and the surface of the land.
Alligators live in wetlands because they are aquatic creatures.
both alligators and tigers live in the rain forest.
Some differences between alligators and sharks are:Sharks are fish and alligators are repriles.Alligators have legs and sharks do not.Sharks live in oceans and alligators live on land/water.Sharks have gills and alligators have lungs.
I probably think that alligators might live in Russia, but I don't know but I'm guessing there might be alligators in Russia.
Alligators can live in the ocean or on coast.
Alligators live in sub-tropical climates (such as Florida and southern Louisiana).
No. Alligators live in fresh water, sharks live in salt water.
Many animals live with alligators like pandas
Over 10 alligators live at ofenokee swamp.
I think alligators can live up to 106 years old
In a sewer.