Giant crocodiles invade flooded streets of Tabasco, Mexico (pictures and videos)

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Huge crocodile in flooded streets of Villahermosa, Tabasco Mexico after Storm Eta. Picture: Almomento Mx

Since the landfall of Tropical Storm Eta, southeastern Mexico is flooded.

In the state of Tabasco, the heavy downpours caused rivers to overflow, filling some the the town with giant and dangerous crocodiles.

Residents of Villahermosa, the capital city of the state of Tabasco, shared multiple videos of huge crocodiles in the flooded streets.

Now these guys are even capturing one live:

Residents reported crocodiles up to three meters long. Look at one of these beasts at the Laguna de las Ilusiones in Villahermosa below:

And sometimes they even attack people not paying too much attention:

Along with Tabasco, the states of Veracruz and Chiapas were badly hit by Storm Eta and were ravaged by strong winds, heavy rains, flooding, landslides and mudslides, affecting more than 200,000 people.

More extreme weather news on El Tribuno, Strange Sounds and Steve Quayle.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Aligator tastes great. I’m thinking a big croc could feed all those poor people for a while.
    Go get your .50 caliber out, pop a couple, and try deep frying little pieces in a light batter. Cajun Popcorn time.

  2. I have heard that the water is not warm enough to sustain a category 3 or higher down there. Iota is a 5. I wonder what country/state *they* are practicing for? I feel for the people of central America. They are the unwitting guinea pigs for the elite…like Africa and certain South American countries. I also wonder if they have experimented enough to be able to make strong storms in colder waters.

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