By Susan H Gray
Readers are brought the habitat and way of life of the yankee Alligator and learn the way the yankee Alligator is making a return from close to extinction. learn how humans within the southeastern usa are studying to dwell with those notable creatures.
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Ife C & areer Skills In Florida, many professors and students study alligators. They are working together to learn more about alligator behavior and the best ways to protect the habitat. When these researchers learn something new, they share it with the government. This flow of information helps keep strong laws in place to protect the American alligator. Collecting eggs has been one strategy for helping alligator populations recover. wetlands. The disappearance of their marshy habitat is still a threat to the alligators.
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