A is for Alligator













The crop on the page is important, unless we design the body as well, but this feels complicated.  Finding the right base to the ‘A’  that feels like an Alligator’s nostril and teeth is important.

The Chinese alligator, known locally as Tu Long, or “muddy dragon,” is one of just two alligator species in the world, having diverged from their American counterparts at least 20 million years ago. The future survival of the Chinese alligator outside of breeding centers will depend on the success of efforts to bolster existing groups, or establish new groups of individuals by releasing captive-bred animals into areas of suitable habitat.
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