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Alligators love marshmallows, and naturalists often use them to lure the animals out of swampsCrocodiles and their relatives are found in habitats such as swamps, ponds, rivers, lakes and marshes.

Alligators love marshmallows, and naturalists often use them to lure the animals out of swamps.

Lakes, rivers and swamps are scattered throughout the national park.

Most of southwestern Paraguay is swampy and wet, but there are swells of higher land that remain dry, and permit settlement.

The city is planning to drain the swamp to build a new shopping center on the site.

Swamps provide important wetlands for various species of birds, animals and insects.

I can't go out tonight because I'm really swamped with work.

After Jillian put a personal ad in the paper to find a man, she was swamped with replies.

The students were swamped with homework and had little time to socialize.

After the football match the railway station was swamped with drunken fans trying to get home.

Our small canoe was swamped with water when the ferry went by, and we almost flipped.

Due to the heavy rains, the river overflowed and swamped a nearby campsite.

A huge wave swamped the fishing boat, washing two crew members overboard.

The domestic market has been swamped with foreign imports.

Raccoons can often be found in the spongy area of land surrounding swamps.

We got our feet all wet walking on the swampy ground.

These birds like to build their nests near swampy areas.

Find someone who has been in a swamp.

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