What happens if your golf ball lands on an alligator?

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asked Jun 20, 2023 in Other- Pets by MoritzKlein (800 points)
What happens if your golf ball lands on an alligator?

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answered Jun 20, 2023 by Bob2C (2,560 points)
If your golf ball lands on an alligator then the alligator will most often not notice or they may just look around and see what happened.

An alligator will not come after you if your golf ball hits them.

I once was out golfing a few years ago and there was an alligator nearby and my golf ball landed on an alligator and the only thing the alligator did was just look around and then retreat back into the water.

Alligators do have balls and testicles.

An alligator has a pair of gonads or balls that produce sperm and also function very similarly to many other male animals.

The alligators balls or testicles are located inside of their bodies and cannot be seen externally like they can on other animals and humans.

The penis of the American alligator is made of tough, fibrous tissue which sees it constantly fully erect inside its reproductive tract and ejected from the body during mating.

This means that the male alligator's reproductive organs do not change shape or size when aroused, and does not require inflation for mating.

American alligators reproduce sexually, with internal fertilization. Because alligators are oviparous, after fertilization takes place, the female alligators lays eggs.

American alligators are seasonal breeders and breed once each year.

The breeding season starts in April and lasts throughout June.

A crocodile cannot breed with an alligator because despite having a similar appearance the crocodile and alligator are genetically too different and although they are related they long ago diverged into different genera.

Also Alligators and Crocodiles belong to different subspecies (Alligatoridae and Crocodylidae).

The genetic differences between Alligators and Crocodiles make it impossible for them to have progeny.

A crocodile has a bite force of 3,700 psi which is enough of a bite force to actually bite through steel.

Crocodiles have a very powerful bite force up up to 3,700 psi which is enough to bite through steel.

Although if a Crocodile got into a fight with a hippo the hippo would likely win the fight because the hippo is much bigger than the crocodile even though the crocodile has a much more powerful bite force.
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answered Feb 29 by Feuer (1,500 points)

Some interesting questions that have absolutely no basis in reality. I won't say anything about the alligator, but I didn't play golf until now. Not long ago I learned about best golf simulators for home, and it was to some extent a discovery for me that now there are simulators that allow you to play different sports, including golf, without leaving your home.

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