By Anonymous - 27/03/2018 01:30
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Well, no, they are not all alligators in the everglades. Part of the conservation funding for that ever glorious national park comes from the fact that people want to conserve the natural habitat of the native reptilian. Meaning the effort is to preserve the American alligator, which has range of many southern states in the continental US; but also to conserve the habitat of the American crocodile, which is only found in the southernmost part of Florida. While it is easy to confuse the American crocodile with the Cuban crocodile, (And here's the kicker) only the American crocodile is indigiousnous to America. The Cuban crocodile is actually endangered right now because they are being pushed out of their habitats by other predators. There is a huge conservation effort in Cuba at this time to conserve the species. To get back to Murica though, we have crocs, and they scary boo.