salt water crocodiles do, and can go from fresh to salt water at will.
Like Crocodiles, Alligators have salt glands. However, unlike crocodiles, these are not active, and so the alligator can perhaps only stay in salt water for a few hours at the MOST. Crocodiles are more adapted to life in the ocean than alligators, because their salt glands work :)
No. Alligators live in fresh water, sharks live in salt water.
It depends! Alligators like fresh water and Crocodiles like salt water!
No. Crocodiles are known to inhabit the salt waters
It is a rare occurrence but yes alligators have been spotted at beaches.
Yes they stay in caves until spring
Do you mean spend and no it does not
Yes, they are solitary creatures.
they have spechial nostrils
As long as they want, really. But a gator won't stay out of the water for longer than 24 hours.
There are only two known species of alligator, so only two continents have both alligators and crocodiles, North America and Asia.American Alligators (Alligator mississippiensis) and salt water crocodiles are both found in Florida, USA.Chinese Alligators (Alligator sinensis) and salt water crocodiles are found in Eastern China.
Stay out of salt water!
American alligators live in swamps, marshes, and slowmoving freshwater rivers. They can only stand salt water for a short time.
The alligator is an animal of freshwater swamps, marshes, and lakes, rivers. They may enter brackish water from time to time, but rarely salt water.
Salt is not evaporated with water and remain as a residue.
there are different types of animals in Hawaii but i don't really know about alligators there might be some salt water gators. i searched and there are no gators in Hawaii
The salt water become more concentrated in salts.
Alligators are fresh water animals, sharks (with a few exceptions) are salt water. Crocodiles are salt water animals, and they probably eat as many sharks as sharks eat crocodiles. ~ All a shark would have to do is bite the Alligators stomach when it goes for air