Gators

BABY ALLIGATORS

These baby alligators will be considered babies until they are 6 feet long. It’s hard to believe they will one day be as long as a car! They will grow about a foot per year until they are 10-13 ft long and weigh 800 pounds!

What’s the difference between alligators and crocodiles? While they are both crocodilians, there are some distinct differences. 

Alligators have wider, U-shaped snouts, while crocodiles are more pointed and V-shaped.

Alligators hang out in freshwater marshes and lakes, while crocodiles tend to live in saltwater habitats.

SHREVEPORT AQUARIUM
  1. TRIGGERFISH + MORE
  2. MORE TROPICAL FISH
  3. PORKFISH + MORE
  4. SKUNK CLOWNFISH + MORE
  5. BURRFISH + MORE
  6. LIONFISH + MORE
  7. POISON DART FROGS
  8. BABY ALLIGATORS
  9. ALLIGATOR SNAPPING TURTLES
  10. SALVINIA
  11. ALBINO COMMON SNAPPING TURTLE
  12. POND TURTLES
  13. SHORELINE TOUCHPOOLS
  14. COMMON OCTOPUS
  15. SPOTTED SPINY LOBSTERS
  16. MORAY EELS + MORE
  17. SHARK TUNNEL
  18. STINGRAYS
  19. HORSESHOE CRABS + MORE
  20. JAWFISH + MORE
  21. EQUIPMENT ROOM
  22. MOON JELLIES
  23. ANTHIAS
  24. PAJAMA CARDINALFISH
  25. CLOWNFISH + MORE
  26. SWELL SHARKS + MORE
  27. SEA NETTLES
  28. LIVE CORAL TANK