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The American alligator and concern for visitors at Brazos Bend State Park


, : The American alligator and concern for visitors at Brazos Bend State Park. Journal of Environmental Management, 354: 261-269

Serious consideration for the safety of the public is a central element in the management of the Brazos Bend State Park in Florida, USA, where alligators form a significant presence.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0301-4797(11)80009-5

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