1 edition of American alligator found in the catalog.
Written in English
A natural history of the American alligator. Having survived since the Mesozoic era, alligators teetered on the brink of extinction in the 1960s. Protected by legislative intervention, today"s populations are closed monitored throughout their range. Ouchley examines the lessons we have learned about urban development and energy production, and how they can still threaten the alligator and its southern wetland habitat.
Includes bibliographical references (pages -132) and index.
|Contributions||Ransom, Burg, photographer|
|LC Classifications||QL666.C925 O93 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||138 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates|
|Number of Pages||138|
|LC Control Number||2013020092|
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Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. 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. Conservation of the American alligator is one of the twentieth century’s environmental success stories. As late as the s, this keystone species, which had often been hunted for its hides and meat, seemed destined to disappear, but preserving habitats, restricting hunting to permit seasons, and raising alligators commercially for the purse and shoe trade has since allowed the predator to /5(6).
American Alligator is the most up-to-date and comprehensive treatment of this resilient relic, a creature with a brain weighing less than half an American alligator book that has successfully adapted to a changing Earth for more than million years.
1 American Alligator Alligator mississippiensis Ruth M. Elsey1 and Allan R. Woodward2 1Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Department, Grand Chenier Highway, Grand Chenier, LAUSA ([email protected]) 2Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, SW Williston Road, Gainesville, FLUSA ([email protected]) Common Names: American alligator, gator.
From prehistoric relatives to post-endangered status, Ouchley provides a comprehensive review of the alligator, an iconic southern l K. Steinberg, author of Stalking the Ghost Bird The conservation of the American alligator is one of historys best examples of the sustainable-use model for wildlife conservation.4/5.
The ultimate guide to understanding the biology and behavior of the amazing and underappreciated American alligator. Few scenes put the senses on edge more than a American alligator book alligator, only eyes and snout showing, when peering across a southern lake on a misty morning.
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The American alligator is a rare success story of an endangered animal not only saved from extinction but now thriving.
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[Carla Mooney; James Perran Ross] -- Scientists believe American alligators have been around for nearly million years, but they came close to going extinct.
American alligator book This book explores the alligator's key role in its habitat, how hunting and. I am certain that as he turns his attention to the American alligator in this book, C. C.’s words and photographs will stir your emotions and arouse your interest in this unique, prehistoric, and powerful reptile and, in fact, in all of wildlife.”—Marty Stouffer The modern-day American alligator has existed for over two million years, a.
The largest reptile in North America, the iconic American alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) is considered to be a living fossil, having survived on Earth in the same form for million years.
The name American alligator book derives from the Spanish ‘el lagarto’ meaning ‘the lizard’, while the species name means ‘of the Mississippi’. Though often confused with various crocodile.
Although the American alligator is secure, some related animals -- such as several species of crocodiles and caimans -- are still in trouble.
For this reason, the Fish and Wildlife Service still regulates the legal trade in alligator skins, or products made from them, in order to protect these endangered animals with skin that is similar in Biological classification: Species.
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American alligators are reptiles, and they are members of the Crocodylia order. In this order are 23 different species, including the American alligator, Caimans and a variety of crocodiles.
The basic Crocodylia body form has been around for over million. According to the Scholastic Book of World Records, Louisiana has the largest alligator population, with about two million.
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American alligators were once threatened by extinction, but after being placed on the endangered species list intheir population increased. This species is now classified as least concern. The main threat to these reptiles today is habitat loss caused by wetland drainage and development.
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The American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) is the largest reptile of North America. Adults may reach a maximum of 18 feet, though the average size is 13 feet for males and 10 feet for females. The larger males weigh as much as pounds. Among reptiles, the courtship and mating behaviors of the alligator are unique.
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They don't worry if they lose a tooth, either, because their teeth can grow back. An American alligator may grow 2, The alligator/caiman family consists of the American alligator of North America, the Chinese alligator of China, and five or six species of caimans from South and Central America.
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Was it too late to save the American alligator. For millions of years, this amazing creature had lived peacefully in North America. Yet by the s, years of hunting, pollution, and land encroachment had pushed the animal to the brink of extinction.
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