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Frozen Alligators Thaw Out in NC

Newsmax Wednesday, 10 January 2018
Frozen Alligators Thaw Out in NCFrozen alligators went viral this week thanks to a video, "alligators on ice," that showed how the reptiles survived the recent cold snap by allowing themselves to be frozen in place in a pond, with their snouts in the air.
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News video: Alligators frozen in ice by US cold snap

▶ Alligators frozen in ice by US cold snap 01:03

Alligators in Florida were filmed frozen stiff and encased in ice in North Carolina.To survive the winter they go through a process call brumation whereby they slow their metabolism and stay still whilst trapped in the ice with only their nostrils above the water.

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