Alligators are seen as two different species – one is American and the other Chinese.
An alligator can weigh over 1,000 lbs and males grow to an average of 13 feet length while females reach about 10 feet.
They have two sets of eyelids and nearly 74 – 80 teeth at any time. They cannot move their tongue and need to lift their heads in order to swallow.
Are large aquatic reptiles commonly referred as the Spectacled Caiman as the ridges above their eyes appear as if they wear sunglasses.
Are amphibians with a large head, large eyes and smooth moist skin.
Are warm-blooded marine mammals with round eyes and long whiskers around the mouth.
Are the second largest birds in the world after ostriches and belong to a family of flightless birds called ‘Ratites’.
Are snake-like fish from the order Anguilliformes that occupy both fresh water as well as saltwater habitats.
Are cold-blooded or ectodermic reptiles that are classified under the Order Testudines.
Have been around for 2 million years but considered an endangered species with only about 4,000 surviving in the wild today.
Is a warm blood mammal that belongs to the monotreme group that lay eggs.
Are large-sized reptiles found in Northern Indian and the surrounding countries.