Howdy y'all, got some exciting news! We will be collaborating with North Carolina State University on our first research project through EEARSS. We will be capturing American Alligators in Brevard County and sampling and looking for contaminate loads of all types including forever chemicals. No animals will be harmed during this, they will donate a … Continue reading New Project
In this post, you will learn more about the American Crocodile from Alligator Robb himself.
In this post, you will learn more about the Slender Snout Crocodile from Alligator Robb himself.
In this post, you will learn more about the Dwarf Crocodile from Alligator Robb himself.
In this post, you will learn more about the Dwarf Camien from Alligator Robb himself.
More information coming soon! More coming soon, including vocalizations, information about these amazing animals, and additional photographs. Buy This T-Shirt (coming soon) Maybe or maybe not obvious but this is not currently a picture of an Nile Crocodile, we will be updating images, information, sounds and much more over the coming days! We are excited … Continue reading Nile Crocodile
Alligator Robb finished an extended interview educating viewers about the potential human benefits that are currently unknown. Take a look and learn how crocodilian's endocrine system is nearly identical to humans. Watch Now #alligators #reptiles #education #research #chicago chance #alligatorrobb #frank robb #chicago
Alligator Robb is the Chicago Animal Person of the Year. Hear Alligator Robb talk about his experience, catching Chance the Snapper, which made national news headlines, on my WGN Radio Steve Dale’s Pet World Show.
Come see and meet @AlligatorRobb, or as we know him, Frank Robb, the now infamous catcher of #chancethesnapper in Chicago from the Humboldt Park Lagoon at Sams House at Pine Island Conservation Area and learn all about the vast number of crocodilians throughout the world! 6195 North Tropical Trail, Merritt Island, FL 32953
Take a quick look at the story that broke when Frank "Alligator" Robb first was called to come assist with catching who would become known as Chance the Snapper in Chicago, brought to you by CBS Chicago, Channel 2. Read the full story