Distinquishing Between Crocodile & Alligator Skin

Alligators and Crocodiles are large reptiles of crocodilian species. They are very much alike, but yet have some differences in habitat and appearance. Alligators live in fresh water in subtropical climate, and they have rounded snouts. Crocodiles live in salt water in tropical climate, and have pointed snouts. Strong and pliable, the skins of both species have been used for making luxury accessories worldwide for over a century, priced similarly and often used interchangeably. Nevertheless, it is important to be aware of their differences, and the myths surrounding them. Crocodile Sensory Pores (ISO) Similar in texture and patterns, alligator and crocodile skins are composed from square and

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