6 edition of Who needs alligators? found in the catalog.
Describes the physical characteristics, life cycle, environment, and ecological role of the alligator.
|Statement||By Pat Lauber.|
|LC Classifications||QL666.C925 L38|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||73022102|
History. The Alligators were founded in the later summer of in Copenhagen by drummer Ole Ballund, bassist Jens Dan and guitarist Morten Kjeldsen ("rockM"), all seasoned musicians with a common passion for the s rock'n'roll and rockabilly. Saxophonist Niels Mathiasen initially joined the group in ; however, he did not become a full-time member of the group until Genres: Rock'n'roll, Rockabilly. But at least one expert claims (or claimed, at least) that alligators really did thrive in the pipes during the s. According to The World Beneath the City (), a book by Robert Daley about New York’s underground utilities, a former sewer superintendent named Teddy May said he had seen alligators with his own eyes during an inspection.
According to that book, these alligators were dispatched by various means including being poisoned, shot, or herded into the trunk mains where currents washed them out to sea. In the 's, alligators were kept as pets surprisingly often. This gem of a book from explains how to "care for" alligators And the advice is so terrible it's almost funny.
Alligators in the Trees is an artfully written tale weaving together the lives of three New Yorkers from vastly different walks of life. Ms Hamilton has a true talent for creating her characters; I really felt like I got inside their world, got to know them and appreciate how they played out their story with one another/5. Sec. SCIENTIFIC STUDIES. The department shall conduct scientific studies and investigations of alligators as necessary to develop information on populations, distributions, habitat needs, limiting factors, and any other biological or ecological data or to determine appropriate management for public safety.
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Get this from a library. Who needs alligators?. Who needs alligators? book [Patricia Lauber] -- Describes the physical characteristics, life cycle, environment, and ecological role of the alligator. Alligators can survive two to three years without eating.
Alligators are one of the few reptiles today that care for their young. Alligators have vibration sensors on their skin that are extremely sensitive -- they can detect even the slightest vibration and get out of harm's way long before it.
The American alligator has a large, dark, slightly rounded body and thick limbs. The alligator uses its powerful tail to propel itself through water.
While alligators move very quickly in water, they are generally slow-moving on land. They can, however, move quickly for short distances. Alligators are a keystone species benefiting the marshes, swamps, rivers and lakes where they live and.
For Walking on Alligators Susan Shaughnessy culled quotations from nearly writers and other creative people--Ethan Canin, Art Spiegelman, Robin Williams, and Camille Paglia among them--that can help jumpstart the creative process.
Each quotation leads to a short meditation on its subject, which in turn leads to a kind of vow the reader can internalize and act upon: "Today, /5(14). American alligators once faced extinction.
The United States Fish and Wildlife Service placed them on the endangered species list in Fortunately, the legal protection worked. Just 20 years later, American alligators were taken off the list.
Brought back from the brink of extinction, over a million of these reptiles survive today. So he leaves his dad a little note telling him that there is an alligator in the garage and if he needs help getting it out to call him.
I like this book because it is cute and funny. I used to love to read this book when I was a little kid in elementary school.
5/5(5). Alligators are native to only the United States and China. American alligators are found in the southeast United States: all of Florida and Louisiana; the southern parts of Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi; coastal South and North Carolina; East Texas, the southeast corner of Oklahoma, and the southern tip of ing to the Scholastic Book of World Records, Class: Reptilia.
The American alligator (Alligator mississippiensis), sometimes referred to colloquially as a gator or common alligator, is a large crocodilian reptile endemic to the Southeastern United is one of two extant species in the genus Alligator within the family Alligatoridae; it is larger than the only other living alligator species, the Chinese : Reptilia.
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Alligators in the Sewer, a comprehensive collection of urban legends, compiles hundreds of thse wild and entertaining tales. With themes that run the gamut from funny to sick, risque to informative, frightening to disgusting and bizaree, urban folklore can chill spines, spark smiles or turn stomachs, aand the stories are remarkable for their uncanny ability to travel by word of /5(15).
Alligators All Around, along with the other three classic Nutshell Library titles (Chicken Soup with Rice, One Was Johnny, and Pierre), is the first board book edition of Maurice Sendak’s original work!You loved Nutshell Library as a miniature collection, and these large board books will make it even easier for children to share with their grown-up by: 4.
Pro Tip: If you spot a croc, back away slowly and try not to make sudden movements. Splashing in water will only draw attention.
If a crocodile heads your way, run away in a straight line. The. While alligators are sometimes prized for their hides or meat, Florida alligator attractions like the Everglades Holiday Park are intriguing tourist destinations that allow people to take a look at living gators in their natural habitat on an exciting airboat tour.
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I won't give away the alligators' destination, but it will warm your heart. Delightful illustrations entertain adults as well as children. If you ever encounter a copy in a used book store This story of an alligator, named Silas by the tourist family who adopted, then discarded him, begins in Florida swamps but soon moves to New York City/5.
Lee McKenzies mid-grade book, Alligators Overhead is a delightful, fast-paced adventure story of Pete, a year old kid with a good heart but who gets into trouble without even trying (and he delights in the getting into trouble part, even if not so much the consequences of his pranks) and his grumpy but brainy sidekick, Weasel/5.
Breakfast for Alligators, Tilted Hat Press, in e-book format is a compilation of: ”Quests, Showdowns and Revelations in the Americas” with a couple additions from Canada, specifically Quebec and one from New York, and New Orleans by Darrin Duford/5(15).
If you know someone that is having difficulties and needs to be lifted up, I would suggest to read my book, There Are No Alligators in Heaven. After reading the book, I'm sure you will be inspired and fired up to never give up! Thank you and much success in whatever you are going ers: The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Must Love Alligators (Boys of the Bayou, #5) by Erin Nicholas at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or Author: Erin Nicholas.Sheldon Lee Compton is an Appalachian short story writer, novelist, and poet. He is the author of the short story collections The Same Terrible Storm (Foxhead Books, ) and Where Alligators Sleep (Foxhead Books, ) the novel Brown Bottle (Bottom Dog Press, ) the novel Alice and the Wendigo (Shivelight Books, ) and the collaborative poetry chapbook Podunk /5.