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19 Sep 2013
3:56 pm

Crocodiles roam flooded Mexico streets (VIDEO)

Crocodiles have swarmed into flood waters in the Mexican beach resort of Acapulco, after devastating storms ripped through the region.

A screenshot of the crocodile caught roaming the flooded streets of Acapulco, Mexico.

Pictures showed a 6ft crocodile thrashing around as onlookers tried to make their way through the debris and flood waters brought by tropical storms Ingrid and Manuel, The Mirror reported.



The twin storms may have already claimed the lives of at least 80 people. Meanwhile at least 58 people are missing after a major landslide buried part of a village in southwestern Mexico. Rescuers are struggling to reach thousands of residents who have been cut off by the flooding. Acapulco’s airport is under water and wide-spread looting has been reported.



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