Bonding: The wonderful moment between mother and son was captured by photographer Clayton Bownds

Giving baby the heads up: Little alligator grins from ear-to-ear as he gets a ride down the river on his mother's head

Baby alligator safely sitting on his mother’s head. Photo by Clayton Bownds.

OMG I need a baby alligator

cheerio challenge - for fathers day, people set a challenge to put as many cheerios onto their kids (often when sleeping!) - this guy stepped it up a notch by adding it onto his baby alligator friend!

The Baby Alligator, by Jackson Jost | Unsplash

A free high-resolution photo of crocodile, reptile, alligator and eye by Jackson Jost, taken in New Orleans, United States with an Canon Canon EOS

A baby alligator sits on top of its mother’s head in St. Augustine Alligator Farm, Florida Picture: John Moran/News Dog Media

baby alligator sits on top of its mother’s head in St. Augustine Alligator Farm, Florida Picture: John Moran/News Dog Media (via Pictures of the day: 16 April 2014 - Telegraph)

“Happiness is the meaning and the purpose of life, the whole aim and end of human existence.” -Aristotle | The 50 Happiest Animals In The Entire World

The 50 Happiest Animals In The Entire World

baby crocs are super sweet, they love to be petted and they make adorable noises. So I wish to hold and pet a baby crocodile or baby alligator, MV.

Animals Sniffing Flowers Is The Cutest Thing Ever (15+ Pics)

Animals Sniffing Flowers Is The Cutest Thing Ever (15+ Pics)

Thought Dragon or Dinosaur eggs - as they don't exist now - we can confirm them as Crocodile Eggs :)

Baby crocodile breathes first breath. A crocodile hatches during a crocodile hatching festival at Sriracha Tiger Zoo, 74 miles east of Bangkok, Photo by Sukree Sukplang.

Baby alligator rides on mother’s head to keep dry and catch some sun                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Baby alligator rides on mother’s head to keep dry and catch some sun

Broad-snouted caiman carrying young in its mouth. The broad-snouted caiman (Caiman latirostris) is a crocodilian reptile.

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