American Alligator


  • Alligator mississippiensis
  • Captive Bred
  • Approximately 3 Feet In Length From Head To Tail
  • Amazing Animals That Are Home Grown In Our Great Nation Starting Off With White And Black Stripes And Growing To Great Lengths As Adults
  • Enthusiastic Hunters Feeding On Feeder Fish, Rodents, And Crocodilian Diet
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American Alligator For Sale

American Alligator For Sale. We have some spectacular captive bred American Alligators for sale at the lowest possible prices. These incredible reptiles, often called “gators,” are beyond impressive. Males can attain a total length of up to 14′, while females top out closer to 10′. There is something so primitive about these reptiles, and watching them attack prey in a watery fury is beyond entertaining. With proper care, these large animals can live 35 to 50 years in captivity at a time, naturally occurring outside of the United States in an area that includes south eastern Texas, south Florida, and even as far north as Georgia and South Carolina.
Adults in hot, humid regions of North America are typically 10 to 15 feet tall. Some of the largest species of reptiles in the United States, these Gators Love To Bask On Dry Surfaces As Much As They Love To Swim. These Are

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American Alligator For Sale | Can you get a pet alligator

Ownership laws for alligators vary by state and municipality. While keeping them is legal in Michigan, parts of Detroit ban private ownership. In other states, such as New Mexico, pet gators are illegal without a permit, and in Arizona and New York, private ownership is banned. They typically act with trust toward them and restrain their aggressiveness. Especially when it comes to food, we frequently observe this in our reptiles. These creatures are aware of the person who feeds them most frequently, and they eagerly anticipate that person. American Alligator For Sale

Characteristics of American Alligator For Sale

of all the 23 crocodilian species, the American alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) is certainly the most famous one. It mainly lives in Florida and Louisiana swamps, in the United States of America. In the 1970s it was facing the threat of extinction . Thanks to breeding programmes and balanced management of the populations in the wild, it is no longer endangered. Its white colour comes from a genetic anomaly, albinism, which makes it very vulnerable to predators and diseases in the wild, where it cannot survive.

Scientific name :

Alligator mississipiensis

Common name :

albino American alligator

Native to :

the United States

Maximum size :

up to 5 meters

Weight :

up to 360 kg

American Alligator

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