Ah! The Alligator and the Crocidile. These two are looking for mating partners.
Maybe we should use are awesome tactics to attract them.
Where are the ladies
Where is my handsome!
(SPLASH, SPLASH)! Look at my strong and bold chest!
Male Crocodiles slap their snouts and tails on the water. They also raise their heads and chest to show off their bodies. They will bellow and make a racket to attract females. The male crocodile selects a female during the courtship process and stalks her while making a display.
Hey ladies, I'm over here!
Who is making those romantic bellows of love
Male Alligators make low, bellowing sounds to attract a female.
The one, the only, Great Alli
Alligators and crocodiles don't have lips, instead, they have teeth covering the outside of their mouth.
Can we stop smiling now!
I hate you
so now they are taking a family picture, with their new companions.
aw, I hate you too
I should have done this before the picture.
Don't forget the spot on the left!
Usually, Crocodiles let a Plover clean its teeth.
So they are doing a sight challenge under water.
Alligators have two eyelids, one is what you see normally, the second one is really only visible underwater or for a split second after they blink. Anyway, that's all for today. See ya!