Alligators Sense of Smell?

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An alligator is categorized in the family of Alligatoridae. Their sense of smell is extremely good and are known to mainly hunt during the night, since they are well adapted with a good sense of smell and vision in the darkness.
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propably its back tale strength helps it vey much.
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