What is the difference between alligator and crocodile?
The main thing to remember is that alligators and crocodiles are different species. They can be identified by their jaw shape, size and color. Alligators are dark green or black, have u-shaped snouts, tiny black spots and are smaller than crocs. Crocodiles are bigger, have v-shaped snouts and are more aggressive.
Are alligators man eaters?
Alligators. Despite their manifest ability to kill prey similar to or larger than humans in size and their commonness in an area of dense human settlement (the southeastern United States, especially Florida), American alligators rarely prey upon humans.
What Colour is Godzilla?
What color is Godzilla? Godzilla is usually portrayed as being either charcoal gray or black. Godzilla being green is a stereotype that started as early as the American poster for the 1956 Godzilla, King of the Monsters!.
Can birds eat snakes?
Actually, a whole bunch of different animal species kill snakes, including a ton of birds – owls, hawks, falcons, herons, etc. And many, many snake species eat only other snakes. So mostly, birds and other snakes are the most common predators of snakes. But plenty of mammals get in on the action too.