How alligators survive the cold: North Carolina swamp park posts fascinating video showing how reptiles allow themselves to be frozen in place, with their noses just above the surface Alligators cannot generate their own body heat but they can lower their body temperature and metabolism to survive The cold-blooded reptiles sense when the water is about to freeze and they stick their noses above the surface The water freezes around the snout and.
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