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By the time they are 20 years old, American Alligators are generally around 12.5 feet long! Their snouts are quite broad, and they exhibit a bit of an over bite. American Alligators have a bony nasal ridge. Although adults range from dull olive green to brown, juvenile animals are black with yellow markings. Their eyes are silver to gray in color. American Alligators have short and stocky or long and thin body types. American Alligators have 74 to 80 teeth. When they lose teeth, a new tooth will grow in. American Alligators have webbed feet to aid them in swimming, and their eyes and nostrils are located high atop their heads to allow them to keep most of their body submerged, while still allowing them to watch for prey and breath.

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