They're worse than kids!
Claude the Alligator was removed from the museum's swamp exhibit in early January after staff noticed some swelling in one of his feet.
Workers later discovered that Bonnie, the swamp exhibit's other alligator, had bitten his pinky toe.
The toe became infected and Claude was removed from the exhibit to get medical treatment.
Biologists expect Claude to be on medical leave until mid-March.
Albino alligators lack the pigment melanin in their bodies and rarely survive to adulthood in the wild, according to the academy.