National Alligator Day

National Alligator Day

It's National Alligator Day! Get ready to appreciate these impressive reptiles with fun facts, activities, and more!
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When it is?
May 29
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It's time to honor one of the oldest living species on Earth – alligators - on National Alligator Day on May 29! Alligators have been around for an estimated 200 million years, and they are some of the most fascinating creatures in nature. On this day, we recognize and celebrate their resilience and beauty. So grab your camera, head out to your nearest wildlife park or swamp, and learn more about these incredible animals!

History of National Alligator Day

National Alligator Day Timeline

January 2012
Co-founder Dan finishes the economics degree he promised his mum he’d complete, only to never use it and start his own clothing business (love you mum).
Co-founder Dan finishes the economics degree he promised his mum he’d complete, only to never use it and start his own clothing business (love you mum).

How to Celebrate National Alligator Day

<div id="" class="celebrate-item"><h3 id="" class="celebrate-title"><span class="celebrate-number">1. </span>Visit an alligator farm</h3><p id="" class="celebrate-text">Take a trip to your local alligator farm and learn about these amazing creatures up close. Most alligator farms offer educational tours and allow visitors to feed the alligators.</p></div><div id="" class="celebrate-item"><h3 id="" class="celebrate-title"><span class="celebrate-number">2. </span>Read a book about alligators</h3><p id="" class="celebrate-text">Grab a book from your local library or bookstore and learn more about these fascinating animals. There are plenty of great books about alligators of all ages.</p></div><div id="" class="celebrate-item"><h3 id="" class="celebrate-title"><span class="celebrate-number">3. </span>Go on an alligator hunt</h3><p id="" class="celebrate-text">Take a guided tour with a local expert to search for wild alligators in their natural habitat. Make sure to bring your camera, you never know what you might find!</p></div><div id="" class="celebrate-item"><h3 id="" class="celebrate-title"><span class="celebrate-number">4. </span>Watch an alligator movie</h3><p id="" class="celebrate-text">Watch a movie about alligators, or just a movie that features them. There are plenty of great movies out there featuring these scaly creatures.</p></div><div id="" class="celebrate-item"><h3 id="" class="celebrate-title"><span class="celebrate-number">5. </span>Create an alligator craft</h3><p id="" class="celebrate-text">Get creative and make your own alligator craft. You can make paper mache, paint, draw, sculpt, or even knit one! Let your imagination run wild.</p></div>

Why We Love National Alligator Day

<div id='' class='matter-item'><h3 id='' class='matter-title'><span class='matter-letter'>A.</span>Alligators are fascinating creatures</h3><p id='' class='matters-text'>A trip to the local zoo is always exciting, but seeing alligators and crocodiles up close and personal can be downright amazing! Alligators have been around for millions of years and there's no denying the awe-inspiring size and power of these prehistoric beasts.</p></div><div id='' class='matter-item'><h3 id='' class='matter-title'><span class='matter-letter'>B.</span>Alligators help maintain wetland ecosystems</h3><p id='' class='matters-text'>The presence of alligators in a wetland ecosystem helps keep it healthy. They control the populations of smaller reptiles, mammals, fish, and amphibians by preying on them. This helps maintain a balance in the ecological system, which in turn benefits other species living in the area.</p></div><div id='' class='matter-item'><h3 id='' class='matter-title'><span class='matter-letter'>C.</span>Alligators are an important part of American culture</h3><p id='' class='matters-text'>From books and movies to art and music, alligators have made their way into our lives in so many ways. From being a symbol of strength, power and courage to representing the natural beauty of wetlands and swamps, alligators have become an iconic part of our culture that we can look up to. </p></div>



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