The alligator is a close relative of the crocodile, a group that consists of two species, the American alligator, from the southeastern United States, and the Chinese alligator, from eastern China. They are large, semi-aquatic reptiles, up to four meters long, and easily capable of killing and devouring an adult human.
Adventures with alligators Edit
While trying to flee from Fedora and his gang, with the Cross of Coronado on board the Dunn & Duffy Combined Circus train in Utah in 1912, Indiana Jones passed through a reptile car. There, he was fascinated by the diversity of reptile species contained inside the vats that the train was carrying which included alligators.