Mostly in the U.S rivers and lakes.
The alligator gar is found in rivers and lakes of the southern U.S.
If using live bait, small fish are best for alligator gar. Longnose gar can be caught with nylon rope.
they live for 50 years
The difference is that a crocodile gar does not exist; the alligator gar does.
no, you should keep your alligator gar with your fishes or else your alligator gar will eat them.
An alligator gar is a fish; alligators are reptiles.
No, but Lake Norman, NC, has the longnose gar, a relative of the alligator gar.
alligator gar cause its awsome like that
yes...... with a research it is known that alligator gar endangered :(
Alligator gar lose the spotting as they age.
No, but there is an alligator gar.
An Alligator Gar is made up of eukaryotic cells.
Its bladder can act as a lung when needed.
No. The only gar native to N.C. is the longnose gar.
Yes, the alligator gar is a fish; it's called an alligator gar because it is a big fish which has a long, narrow but very toothy jaw which looks like the jaw of an alligator. Alligators themselves, of course, are reptiles
Gar are primitive fish, that feed on small fishes, and possess needle sharp teeth made to hold on to prey. The alligator gar is the largest, some over 180 pounds, and is found in river systems in much of the southern U.S.
Alligator hatchlings, for one.
Well a gar is a big fish that live in rivers. they can only be caught in the summer
On hook and line? The world record alligator gar is a fish that weighed 279 lbs. exactly, caught in the Rio Grande. Still larger alligator gar have been taken by spear, and by net.