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Type: Walk-by animal exhibit
Time: Continuous viewing
Kelly says: Keep an eye out for Blondie, the ‘leucistic’ croc
It’s not quite equal time, but this exhibit gives the alligator’s crocodilian cousins a chance to bask in the sun. Down a wooden walkway at the southern end of the Alligator Breeding Marsh, Gatorland has assembled one of the largest collections of crocodiles, which can be distinguished from alligators by their pointy snouts and snaggly, protruding teeth. There are saltwater crocs (“salties”) from Australia and Southeast Asia, Nile Crocs from (where else?) the Nile, as well as a representative cross section of American and Cuban crocodiles.
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