Alligators & Crocodiles! Rodjonnique Tureaud Kevin Brinkman Samantha Elmer
A crocodilian family contains Alligators, Crocodiles, and Gharials. An Alligator, Crocodile, and Gharial is a reptile that...
Our Seven Levels Of Classification! Kingdom – Animalia Phylum – Chordata Class – Reptilia Order – Crocodilia Family – Alli...
Herbivore? Carnivore? Or Omnivore? Herbivore? Carnivore? Omnivore? Alligators and crocodiles are a Carnivore. A carnivore ...
Countries that have our animal. United States Africa  Asia  Austrilla
Reproduction The alligator mating season begins in April. Three weeks later, the female lays 20-50 eggs. The eggs hatch in...
State Symbols State Symbols The alligator is the official state reptile for Florida and Louisiana.
<ul><li>The name “Crocodile” was first used about 2,000 years ago by Greek adventurers who were traveling in Egypt. </li><...
Alligators have powerful muscles. Alligators use their muscles to crush and kill their prey. Muscles
Teeth Crocodiles show both sets of teeth when mouth is shut. Alligators show only upper set of teeth.
How Big are Alligators? A male alligator can go up to be 12 feet and weigh up to 500 pounds. A female alligator can go up ...
Resource page. <ul><li>John Bonnett Wexo.  Allligators and crocodiles zoobook.  Poway, California. Wildlife Educations, 20...
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Aligator Research

  1. 1. Alligators & Crocodiles! Rodjonnique Tureaud Kevin Brinkman Samantha Elmer
  2. 2. A crocodilian family contains Alligators, Crocodiles, and Gharials. An Alligator, Crocodile, and Gharial is a reptile that has rough, scaly skin and thick bony plates along its back and tail. What Is A Crocodilian?
  3. 3. Our Seven Levels Of Classification! Kingdom – Animalia Phylum – Chordata Class – Reptilia Order – Crocodilia Family – Alligatoridae Genus – Alligator Species – Mississippiensis
  4. 4. Herbivore? Carnivore? Or Omnivore? Herbivore? Carnivore? Omnivore? Alligators and crocodiles are a Carnivore. A carnivore is a animal that eats meat only. A herbivore is a animal that eats plants only. A omnivore is a animal that eats both plants and animals.
  5. 5. Countries that have our animal. United States Africa Asia Austrilla
  6. 6. Reproduction The alligator mating season begins in April. Three weeks later, the female lays 20-50 eggs. The eggs hatch in two months.
  7. 7. State Symbols State Symbols The alligator is the official state reptile for Florida and Louisiana.
  8. 8. <ul><li>The name “Crocodile” was first used about 2,000 years ago by Greek adventurers who were traveling in Egypt. </li></ul>Greek Adventurers <ul><li>The name “Crocodile” was first used about 2,000 years ago by Greek adventurers who were traveling in Egypt. </li></ul>
  9. 9. Alligators have powerful muscles. Alligators use their muscles to crush and kill their prey. Muscles
  10. 10. Teeth Crocodiles show both sets of teeth when mouth is shut. Alligators show only upper set of teeth.
  11. 11. How Big are Alligators? A male alligator can go up to be 12 feet and weigh up to 500 pounds. A female alligator can go up to be 8 feet and weigh up to 250 pounds. How big is a Alligator
  12. 12. Resource page. <ul><li>John Bonnett Wexo. Allligators and crocodiles zoobook. Poway, California. Wildlife Educations, 2003. </li></ul><ul><li>Marc Zabludoff. The Reptile Class. Tarrytown, New York. Marshall Cavendish Benchmark, 2006. </li></ul><ul><li>Lynn Huggins-cooper. Revolting Reptiles . United States. QEB Publishing, 2008. </li></ul>Resource Page

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