Alligators have see-through eye lids, so this eye-lid is water proof as well.
alligators can see under water because they have two layers of skinn on there eyes
no, they can't they only smell Nothing else but smell they cant see
because they have tiny slits like googles over their eyes
Alligators usually have an under water place to lay up, or a hole under a river bank.
No. But if you look closely, you can see alligators because they hide only slightly under the surface of the water.
Alligators have see-through eyelids, so they can close their eyes and still see.
It has a third eye lid. This enables it to see clearly when under water and protects it from dirt and sand
Alligators can't breathe under water at all. When they dive, they hold their breath.
Alligators, caimans and Crocodiles all have lungs. As such, they don't breathe under water. When they dive, they hold their breath - which they're quite good at.
north American aligators can see under water because the have an amazing eye sight know matter what
Yes they can, they have very good eyesight.
alligators can't breath under water. they have lungs. so yes they do come out of the water when its cold. it's just common scene.
Of course they do. Fish and crabs are underwater...
No, when alligators go under water, they are holding their breath.
they have spechial nostrils
Not usually, no. When hunting, alligators submerge themselves under the water, and then launch theirself into their enemy. hope that helped :)
On land, they use lungs, pretty much just like you and I. Under water, they hold their breath.
They have 3 sets of eyelids to help them see under water without hurting their eyes. They also have a flap in their throat so they can open their mouth under water and eat food without getting water in their throat. Last, they have flaps on their nostrils that help them go under water and not get water in their nose.
Alligators and crocodiles all live in the water. They are large animals, and the water helps support their weight. Also, they are predators. Both animals hide under the water and leap out to catch their prey.
Alligators don't breathe under water. They hold their breath and can hold it for up to 15 minutes.
Yes indeed all alligators drink water.
Yes, they can. How else do you think they could kill prey underwater?
They have a special flap that closes off the airway when they swallow.
Alligators are amphibious animals and need to spend time in the water.
Alligators and crocodiles have a special flap in their throats that keeps them from swallowing or inhaling water when they take a bite.