How Do Alligators Mate?


Either in shallow or deep waters, the female allows the male alligator to push her underwater. This is to ensure the alignment of both bodies when mating. The mating consists of body rotation and swinging tails within the water.
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The mating process for alligators can only take place after they have found a match. Then, the male alligator mates with the female and she then lays about 20 to 25 eggs in a nest.
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