What Do You Call a Baby Alligator?

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A baby of an alligator is called a hatchling. A male alligator is called a bull and a female alligator is called a cow. When the alligators are in a group they are called a congregation while their young ones in a group are called pods.
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A baby alligator is called a hatchling.
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Baby alligators are called hatchlings and are about 9 inches in length. ChaCha on!
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1. Choose the type of alligator you want. Generally speaking the Caimans are smaller, but more aggressive, while the American Alligator is tamer (but still an alligator) and larger.
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The usual technical term is 'baby' If newly hatched then 'hatchling' could be used as might, for the posh, 'neonate' (That literally means 'one that's newly born' There isn't a term
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A baby American Alligator is called a hatchling.
A baby alligator and a baby turtle don't have much in common ... except for their baby names. Both are called hatchlings when they are first born, because they hatch from eggs.
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