What color are alligators?
Brown, Gray,white (only on albino)
Yes, there are many facts about the albino alligator. However, there are only a few that are unique to the albino variety of gator (as opposed to regular alligators) albino alligators are very rare. alligators lay in the sun to help the digestive process; when albino alligators do this, they often get sun poisoning and die. albino alligators are light green, light brown, or white in color.
While their green and sometimes brown color blends in with their environment, this is by evolution and not by them actively changing colors to their environment. So in a way, this allows them to stay hidden in their natural habitats that reflect the same green and brown color, but alligators are not camouflaging animals.
Local color employs details of the dialect, dress, customs and scenery specific to a person or region "Lois Armstrong" from Observations by Truman Capote "...they make Mississippi moons rise again,summon the muddy lights of river towns, the sound, like an alligators yawn, of river horns..." An alligators yawn can be seen as something deep or primitive
Alligators number in the millions in the U.S. The Chinese alligator is rare, and numbers are less than 1000. Chinese Alligators (Alligator sinensis) and American Alligators (Alligator mississippiensis) are the only surviving species of alligators. There were other species of alligators but they are all extinct now.