Difference between Alligator and Crocodile

Alligators and crocodiles are two different types of reptiles

Alligator is a large aquatic reptile that has been found in tropical climates

Crocodile is an animal with a reptilian head, a long slender body, and four legs

Biggest alligator ever recorded weighed around 2.6 tonnes and was found in Louisiana

Alligator grow up to 4 meters long and weigh around 400kg

Crocodiles are known for their voracious appetite, aggressive nature, and their ability to swim with ease

“crocodilos” which means a “crooked-tailed lizard”

Crocodiles are reptiles that live in water, and their average size is 5-6 feet long

They both eat fish, small mammals, and birds

Alligator is an aggressive animal and has a powerful jaw with sharp teeth

Crocodile is an opportunistic animal and has a broad flat body with a long slender tail

Alligators and Crocodiles are two of the most dangerous creatures in the world

Alligators and Crocodiles have long snouts and long tails