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Alligator Commuters: Gators' Travels Link Freshwater and Marine Ecosystems

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Photo of Adam Rosenblatt holding an alligator.

In a study at NSF's Florida Coastal Everglades LTER site, Adam Rosenblatt holds an alligator.

Credit: Rand Rosenblatt


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Photo of an alligator in Florida's Shark River.

Florida's Shark River: home to many alligators, key parts of the aquatic ecosystem.

Credit: Garrett Miller


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Photo of scientists measuring  the length of an alligator.

Scientists measure the length of an alligator.

Credit: Robert Hegna


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Photo of an acoustic transmitter attached to the tail of an alligator.

An acoustic transmitter is attached to the tail of an alligator.

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Researchers weigh an alligator using a spring scale.

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An alligator lazes on the bank of the Shark River.

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