What U.S. national park is the only known place where both american alligators and crocodiles can be found?

Question:Here's a little trivia for you. This park also has over 1,000 species of plants, 20% of which are non-native. Around 65 tourists/residents were rescued last year after getting lost or stranded in the park. There's no other place in the U.S. like it. It's also called the River of Grass and has been featured on the Discovery Channel's "Man vs. Wild" with Bear Grylls.

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The Florida Everglades!
Everglades
The everglades?
that would be the Everglades National Park in South Florida
this is just a guess but i would say the everglades national park
Everglades National Park is the only place in the world where alligators and crocodiles exist side by side. How can you tell an American alligator from an American crocodile? 1) the alligator has a broad snout while the crocodile has a narrow snout; 2) adult alligator generally has blackish coloration, while crocodile has olive brown coloration; 3) only teeth of the upper jaw are visible on alligator when jaws are closed, while teeth of both jaws are visible on the crocodile when jaws are closed.
everglades national park
Oklahoma National Swamp?
Everglades national Park in Florida
guessing the everglades.

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