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Crocodile takes to Mexico's flooded streets

19 September 2013 Last updated at 11:07 BST

A crocodile has been found roaming Acapulco's streets following heavy flooding in Mexico.

Tropical Storm Manuel, which has wrought havoc in the west of the country, has strengthened into a Category-One hurricane.

The storm has already caused widespread flooding and loss of life in Mexico's western states, while Hurricane Ingrid has caused severe disruption in the eastern states along the Atlantic.

At least 80 people have been killed in recent days.

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