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The aligator is similar to crocodiles have narrow snouts while aligators have slightly blunt or rounded snouts. Only the aligator is found in Myanmar. The aligator is the biggest of the reptiles. Its skin is very tough and rough. It is a carnivorous animal which feeds on fish, other animals and sometimes even human beings! Its skin can be used to make leather bags, shoe etc.


Length: 10ft - 20ft
Weight: 500lb - 1000lb
Habitat: Delta and coastal regions.

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