How do alligators protect their eggs?



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    Alligators will lay between 20 to 50 eggs in the Spring.  The female alligator will cover her eggs in plant material not only to camouflage them, but also to keep the temperature inside the nest warm.  The female alligator will never stray far from the nest during the 65 days before her young hatches.  If an intruder were to stray to close to the eggs, the mother alligator would protect the nest by flashing her teeth, hissing, and attacking if necessary.

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    alligator protect they eggs, by fist the female alligators lays her egg and use mud to cover her eggs and watch over it so intrudes don’t come if they do she scares it off!

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