Time to go back to the pond. Too much noise. Alligators move on land by two forms of locomotion referred to as “sprawl” and “high walk”. The sprawl is a forward movement with the belly making contact with the ground and is used to transition to “high walk” or to slither over wet substrate into water. The high walk is an up on four limbs forward motion used for overland travel with the belly well up from the ground
South Florida is the only known place where both crocodiles and alligators live together. Crocs are usually spotted at the very end of the Park.