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The American alligator (whose scientific name is Alligator mississippiensis) is found in the southeastern United States, from eastern northern California to southern Florida and from west to northern Texas to northern and southern Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma. It can live in cold regions more than any other crocodile, so it is possible To be located in the northern regions.

American Alligator

Alligator farms

Alligator farming is a large and growing industry in Georgia, Florida, Texas and Louisiana. These countries combined produce an annual total of 45,000 hides. Alligator hides achieve good prices and hides in the 6-7 foot (1.8-2.1 m) range cost about $300 each, although prices can fluctuate greatly from year to year. The crocodile meat market is also growing at approximately 300,000 pounds sterling (140,000 kilograms) annually. According to the Florida Department of Agricultural and Consumer Services, raw alligator meat contains about 200 calories, of which 27 calories come from fat.


Crocodiles and humans

Crocodiles are capable of killing humans, and crocodile bites cause serious injuries and put you at risk of infection. The promise of necessary treatment or neglect from a crocodile bite may lead to injury that necessitates the amputation of a limb, and the crocodile's tail is a weapon capable of knocking a person down and breaking bones, and since 1948, there have been more than 275 unprovoked attacks on humans in the state of Florida, and it has led to At least 17 deaths. There have been only nine fatal attacks across the United States.

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