Alligator – Animal Rhymes in Ultra HD (4K)

Alligators are a point of fascination. They are majestic prehistoric reptiles. There are so many things to ponder. Here is a song that gives you facts you ought to know about them.

I’m the great alligator;

I swoosh and splash in water.

I let out a growl or bellow,

And that’s how I say hello.

 

I live in North America;

And also in China.

You’ll find me in a marsh or swamp,

Where I build grooves to keep from harm.

 

 

My babies are called hatchlings;

They’re such pretty little things.

They stay with mommy for a year,

Till things get familiar.

 

I eat meat of all kinds;

I pounce on whatever I find.

I fast for a few weeks

After a big meal.

 

I live up to fifty years;

I’m know to be fast and fierce.

I’m also called a living fossil,

A pre-historic beast that still lives.

 

Our groups are called congregations;

We fill you with fascination.

We’re about fifteen feet long;

My jaws are so very strong.

 

Crocs are my close cousins,

But our snouts are quite different,

Mine is rounded, croc’s are sharp,

Croc is grey-green, but I’m brown and dark.

 

I’m the great alligator;

I swoosh and splash in water.

I let out a growl or bellow,

And that’s how I say hello.

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