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Who Are Alligators Scared Of? Alligators are apex predators and fear no other animal within their ecosystem, although they are known to be timid around humans. This fear is beneficial for both species and is one reason why humans should not feed alligators, as they may begin to associate humans with food.

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An alligator is a crocodilian in the genus Alligator of the family Alligatoridae.The two living species are the American alligator (A. mississippiensis) and the Chinese alligator (A. sinensis).Additionally, several extinct species of alligator are known from fossil remains. Alligators first appeared during the Oligocene epoch about 37 million years ago.. The name "alligator" is probably ...

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Though many people are afraid of alligators, these animals keep to themselves and usually don't attack humans unless they are threatened. The alligator's rough skin makes it look like a floating ...

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Friends of ours got a villa in Terre Verde from a private owner. However, they are scared to death coming from the prairies and being told they should not walk anywhere off the path or even going to grocery store because they are in the tropics and there are snakes and alligators and Florida has had fatalities in this types of situation. This is from the owner of the villa!

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Okay we'll yesterday I went to lake Conway in florida and I had fun in the water.. And we are going back today. Well.. Now I'm scared because of alligators. Like the water was murky and I'm mostly afraid for my siblings.. I don't want them getting hurt and i already know what to do in case of an attack i just want reassurance and ways to prevent it..

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Alligators have a natural fear of humans, and usually begin a quick retreat when approached by people. If you have a close encounter with an alligator a few yards away, back away slowly. It is extremely rare for wild alligators to chase people, but they can run up to 35 miles per hour for short distances on land.

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When humans feed alligators, it causes the alligators to lose their natural fear of humans and to associate humans with food. It doesn't matter if people feed them human-food like marshmallows or throw them fish guts when cleaning fish, it's all bad. It changes the alligator's behavior.

www.quora.com/Why-are-cats-not-afraid-of-alligators-and-more-importantly-why...

I don’t think that always happens in real life, but I’ve seen those videos of cats prevailing against tougher odds. I’ve known lots of outdoor cats and heard many cat tales. Cats are very individual, much like humans. A big, mean, feral, 20 lb all...

mentalfloss.com/article/56093/11-terrifying-and-amazing-facts-about-alligators

11 Terrifying and Amazing Facts About Alligators. BY Brian Switek. April 11, 2014. Wikimedia Commons. Alligators are pretty terrifying as they are, but scientists are making new discoveries about ...

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This curious cat is braver than most people. When he saw an alligator, he didn't back down, and came out on top! Original link: http://bit.ly/1bSJ2fa SUBSCRI...