Stuffed Alligators and Stuffed Crocodiles from Stuffed Ark

Alligator and Crocodile
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Stuffed Alligator

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Stuffed Alligators and Crocodiles

Big lifelike stuffed alligators and crocodiles from Sunny Toy.
The 30 and 40 Inch versions can be used as big hand puppets.

Two Styles, Two Sizes

Sunny Stuffed Alligators

Large
40 Inch Long Gator

Sunny 40 Inch Alligator
SC8013B

$54.95

Sold Out
No Longer Available
25 May 15

 

Medium
30 Inch Long Gator

Sunny 30 Inch Alligator
SC8013C

$38.95


Sunny Stuffed Crocodiles

Large
40 Inch Long Croc

Sunny 40 Inch Crocodile
SC8012B

$54.95

 

Medium
30 Inch Long Croc

Sunny 30 Inch Crocodile
SC8012C

$38.95

Sold Out
No Longer Available
12 Dec 14


Due to the size and weight of our Large 40 Inch Plush Alligators and Crocodiles from Sunny, shipping is limited to UPS Ground Service within the Continental U.S. only.
No Express or USPS shipments.

Alligators, like other crocodilians, are large, lizardlike animals with powerful tails that are used both in defense and in swimming. Their eyes, ears, and nostrils are placed on top of their long head and project slightly above the water when the reptiles float at the surface, as they often do. Alligators differ from crocodiles in having broader snouts; in crocodiles, moreover, the fourth tooth in each side of the lower jaw projects outside the snout when the mouth is closed. Alligators are carnivorous and live along the edges of relatively large bodies of water, such as lakes, swamps, and rivers. They dig burrows in which they escape from danger and in which they hibernate during cold weather.

The Mississippi, or American, alligator is found in the southeastern United States. It is black with yellow banding when young and is generally brownish when adult. The maximum length is about 19 feet, but it more typically ranges from about 6 to 12 feet. The Mississippi alligator has been hunted for its hide, and its young have been sold in large numbers as pets. It disappeared from many areas where it was once abundant and was later given legal protection from hunters, until it made an excellent comeback and limited hunting seasons were again established. The adult alligator feeds mainly on fishes, small mammals, and birds but may sometimes take prey as large as deer or cattle. Members of both sexes hiss, and the males also give loud roars that carry over considerable distances. During the breeding season, the female builds a mound nest of mud and vegetation in which she buries about 20 to 70 hard-shelled eggs. She guards the eggs and may at this time be dangerous. Members of this species usually avoid humans.

The crocodile is of particular interest because of its evolutionary position: the crocodiles are the last living link with the dinosaur-like reptiles of prehistoric times. They are, at the same time, the nearest living relatives of the birds.

"alligator." "crocodile." Encyclopędia Britannica from Encyclopędia Britannica Premium Service.


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