My Italian seems to be better than my French then. I swear I understood each and every word in the last image.
"My Son, Ask For Thyself Another Kingdom, For That Which I Leave Is Too Small For Thee."
Alligators are often confused with their close cousins, the crocodiles. The confusion is understandable, since all alligators are crocodilians, but not all crocodilians are alligators!
Water: Alligators prefer fresh water, while crocs tend to prefer saltwater or brackish water, which is a combination of saltwater and freshwater. This is because most crocodiles have glands in their mouths to expel salt from their systems. Alligators do not possess this gland.
Habitat: Alligators are native to the Southern United States (like the Florida Everglades!) and China. Crocodiles are found in Africa, Australia, India, Central America and in the Pacific.
Aggressiveness: Although both alligators and crocodiles can be dangerous (so be careful!), alligators are usually much less aggressive than crocodiles. When cleaning alligator pools, some zookeepers can tread around alligators without eliciting a response. Crocodiles almost always react aggressively.