Appearance Summary: Crocodylia have a long, muscular body with thick, scaly skin and a long, powerful tail. They have four short, webbed feet and long, powerful jaws with sharp, conical teeth. They have a long, narrow snout and eyes, nostrils, and ears located on the top of their head. They have a four-chambered heart and a diaphragm, allowing them to remain submerged underwater for long periods of time. They are able to move quickly on land and in water, and can remain submerged for up to two hours.
Facial description: Crocodylia have long, narrow snouts with a V-shaped set of teeth. They have two eyes on the sides of their head, and their nostrils and eyes are located on the top of their head, allowing them to remain submerged in water while still being able to breathe and see. They have a thick, scaly hide that is usually greenish-gray in color.
What are the distinct features of Alligator? Thick, scaly skin, long snout, four short legs, webbed feet, long tail, carnivorous, ambush predators, vocalize through bellowing, grunting, and hissing, territorial, aggressive, solitary, lay eggs in nests, hatchlings are independent
What makes them unique?
Alligator body color description: Green, Brown, Grey, Black
skin type: The exterior of Crocodylia is rough and scaly, with a leathery texture. Its scales are hard and thick, providing a protective layer against predators.
Strengths: Adaptability, Cold-bloodedness, Camouflage, Strength, Stamina, Aquatic Ability, Long Lifespan
Weaknesses: Poor eyesight, Slow movement on land, Poor hearing, Poor sense of smell, Susceptible to dehydration, Limited vocalizations