Gatorland has thousands of alligators, crocodiles, and other reptiles, some of which perform in daily shows and demonstrations. The “Alligator Jumparoo” show and “Gator Wrestlin’” are two examples. The facility is also home to rare leucistic alligators, which are white. A small train does rounds on the grounds, and an observation tower provides views of the breeding marsh and surrounding region. One of the more recent additions to Gatorland is the zipline that runs over the top of alligators and crocodiles. For the less adventurous there is still the self-guided swamp walk, and kids will enjoy the Gator Gully Splash Park. 表示
Located in the teeny tiny town of Yachats, right by Cape Perpetua, this natural well appears to be a bottomless drain for the surrounding sea. The Atlas Obscura website notes the hole is most spectacular at high tide.