Why it’s important to learn about alligator farms and fishers
By the time you read this, there will be more than enough questions about the water-dwelling giant that you could answer in the first few sentences of this article.
You’ll know more about the animal by the name, and you’ll know it by the face of the animal.
Alligator farms have existed in this country for centuries.
They were once a thriving part of American life.
Today, the industry is a cash cow for some of the country’s most influential figures.
They’re part of our history and the American dream.
There are many reasons why these animals are so important to us.
A lot of them are native to our country.
They’ve been here for thousands of years, and we have a long and proud history of treating alligators with respect and caring for them with compassion.
The last alligator in the U.S. died at the Ohio River, in 1912.
When we moved here, we adopted alligators from Florida, where they lived alongside our native species.
That gave us a strong foundation to understand the impact alligators had on the landscape, on the climate, on wildlife and on us.
The last alligators we cared for, and the last ones we’ve released in this nation, are still here.
They have to stay here.
For many of us, we have been given an animal that we never imagined we’d ever need.
In a time when our children are growing up, they need to understand why they need an animal.
In a time where we’re trying to save the world, we need an alligator.
These alligators, we don’t have to keep them as pets.
They need to be taken care of.
They can be cared for like a pet.
We don’t need to keep a zoo.
We need to have alligators in our country, not on our streets, in our neighborhoods, in parks.
What we need to do is understand what we can and can’t do with an alligators life.
What we can’t even do is leave them in a cage.
The way we treat them is destroying them.
We need to protect our wild and natural resources.
We should not let these animals be turned into a source of profit for people who live in poverty.
This is the only place in the world that alligators can breed, live and reproduce.
I’m going to take them from you and make you aware of their history.
We have the right to keep alligators and to protect them.
We can protect them by not allowing them to breed in captivity.
And we can protect our water resources by making sure they don’t become invasive, polluting or polluting our drinking water.
So many of the alligators are native and in the wild, and their habitats are being disturbed and degraded by the people who do business with them.
If we have the resources to protect alligators on the rivers and the streams and the ponds, then we have to protect wild alligators as well.