Coconut palms and a host of tropical plants surround the sun-sparkled waters of Alligator Bay at the Naples Zoo. Look more closely and you’ll see giant reptiles gliding through the waters or sunning on the banks and islands.
At the daily Alligator Bay Feeding, you’ll learn the truths behind the myths about the more than one million alligators that make their homes in Florida.
This natural lake environment is also home to numerous native wildlife species including an annual rookery of migratory birds. The birds nest in the trees above the alligators to protect their chicks from tree-climbing predators like raccoons.
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