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Alligator (a.k.a. the giant alligator), also known as the alligator that once roamed the Great Lakes, was a type of aquatic mammal that thrived in the Great Basin from the early 1800s until the turn of the century.
Alligators can be found in all the states, but are most common in the Upper Mississippi River basin, including Michigan.
The largest alligator to be found is the Alligator Creek, which was named after the creek that flows through the state.
While the alligators are mostly harmless, they do have a reputation for being aggressive.
In some states, the alligas are banned because they can carry diseases such as brucellosis, yellow fever and tetanus.
Learn more about alligators in Michigan.