We went home happy, memberships in hand, knowing we'd be back . . . frequently.
Incidentally . . . . Do you know how to tell an alligator from a crocodile?
1. Alligators have U-shaped snouts; Crocodiles have V-shaped. Just remember A and U come before C and V, respectively.
2. An alligator's upper jaw completely overlaps the lower jaw, so you only see the one row of top teeth. A crocodile's lower and upper jaws, on the other hand, are closely matched and the teeth interdigitate (a new word I learned while cruising this subject; see what it means, here).
And here's your completely-useless-but-cool-nonetheless random tidbit of the day:
South Florida is the only place in the entire world where alligators and crocodiles cohabitate. Cool, huh?