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Frozen in the United States alligators alive

A few days later, the Park has released a new video about the inhabitants of the frozen swamp in North Carolina

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In the national Park Shallotte River Swamp Park, North Carolina, USA and a few alligators frozen into the ice due to the abnormally cold weather. A few days later, the Park has released a new video about the inhabitants of the frozen swamp.

Employees of natural Park in North Carolina explained why frozen in ice gators — normal. Turns out, reptiles are experiencing record low temperatures. They hibernate, and not to suffocate under water, put up from the ice only its muzzle.

Representatives of the Park said that, of course, long hibernation for the benefit of the alligators is not. If they’d been like this for more than a week, the staff would have to figure out how to save them. But to help them come nature itself. In North Carolina, the temperature rose to 17 degrees Celsius, and the gators finally can gradually come out of hibernation and bask in the sun.

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