Alligators are found throughout Arkansas, where they live along with other reptiles and mammals. It may come as a surprise to most people that alligators can thrive in cold climates like Arkansas, but it’s true.
Alligators have been living in the United States for over 200 years, and their populations are stable in states such as Florida and Louisiana. But did you know that there is a thriving population of alligators right here in Arkansas?
There are a lot of myths about alligators that may surprise you. For example, many people believe that alligators only live in the southern United States, when they actually don’t have any geographical boundaries.
Alligators can be found in Arkansas and throughout North America from coast to coast as well as South America, Africa and Australia. You might also think that it is impossible for an alligator to survive out of water because their skin quickly dries up without moisture but this isn’t true either not if they’ve got enough leaves or other vegetation nearby! One common misconception is that scientists created alligators by breeding different species together. While there have been experiments with cross-breeding animals such as bears and lizards.