Alligators and Crocodiles use their tails to swim rapidly.
yes southeast Oklahoma has alligators they primarily walk there not swim.
they enjoy swimming.
So they can swim.
Alligators and crocodiles use their tales to swim rapidly. They are able to propel themselves further in the water using the tail.
They use there legs as paddles and swim through the water.
Some... like alligators, and crocodiles.
yes the are the can swim
Arlington Alligators are the best
Alligators and crocodiles swim by sweeping their powerful tails left and right. They bend their trunk to steer and keep their legs tucked close to their bodies during movement.
Reptiles can swim..Some live mainly in water, like turtles, alligators, crocodiles.
well, you better know how to swim fast and skip things around you! aligators like to stay near the surface and on the ocean floor! so dont swim there or your dead! lol. but really! why would you want to swim a river with alligators???? well, you better know how to swim fast and skip things around you! aligators like to stay near the surface and on the ocean floor! so dont swim there or your dead! lol. but really! why would you want to swim a river with alligators????
to help them swim faster and better!!
Not usually, no. When hunting, alligators submerge themselves under the water, and then launch theirself into their enemy. hope that helped :)
Crocodiles attack people when they come down to the river to wash clothes or to swim. Alligators do not live in Africa.
The alligators tale helps it to swim and leap out of the water.
They live! (Swim, eat, breath, Hunt and breed)
If you mean swim and not swing, then, yes, alligators can swim underwater open mouthed.
Mostly by side to side sweeps of it's powerful tail.
Yes they can swim in the ocean. And one time an alligator ate Captain Hook and his pirates. Hurray for Peter Pan.
they are reptiallian of course.But to limit their body temperature they swim or a simple answer THEY LIKE WATER
They do that to try and catch some pray, if any happen to swim or fall into their mouths.