Why do Alligators and Crocodiles do so well in swamps?



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    Alligators and crocodiles are naturally adapted to marine environments. Their long tails help propel them through the water at speeds approaching 30 mph and their upturned nostrils allow them to breathe while mostly submerged. In addition, marine environments provide alligators and crocodiles with plentiful prey–fish, eggs, smaller lizards, and birds.

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