The largest alligator ever killed in Louisiana was approximately 14 feet and 8 inches long with a weight of 880 pounds. The alligator was caught by four hunters, Jarrett Janus, Justin Wells, Ryan Haltom and Tommy Brass, in Chalk Creek.Know More
The average size of a female alligator is approximately 8.2 feet and the average size of a male alligator is approximately 11.2 feet.
Alligators have an armored body that is embedded with bony plates known as osteoderms or scutes and four short legs protruding from the body.
The largest alligator to be caught and recorded worldwide is one that measures 15 feet and 9 inches in length. This alligator was caught in Alabama.Learn more in Alligators
The longest alligator was 19 feet and the weight was not recorded; the record is located in Louisiana.The Huffington Post announced an Arkansas record of 14 feet and 1,100 pounds in 2013. By length the biggest alligator is 19 feet, but by recorded weight the Arkansas alligator is the largest.Full Answer >
As of 2015, the largest alligator on record is 741 pounds. It was caught in 2013 in Mississippi during an annual hunting tournament.Full Answer >
Adult alligators have few predators other than humans, but they sometimes kill and eat each other. However, young alligators less than 4 feet long are killed by birds, raccoons, bobcats, otters, snakes, large bass and other alligators. Raccoons are also known to eat alligator eggs.Full Answer >
The American alligator can weigh up to 1,000 pounds and reach lengths of up to 15 feet, according to National Geographic. Female alligators are significantly shorter than males, at about 10 feet in length.Full Answer >