Did you know there are two alligators at Carnegie Museum of Natural History?
No. Not those ones. (They are actually crocodiles native to Africa and some of the largest ever collected!)
These two babies are part of Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s living collection! The museum is fostering them for about a year until they grow to be too big to keep at the museum.
They are sometimes featured in our daily Live Animal Encounters or as part of our outreach programs!