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Mujer ve dos manchas oscuras en su jardín inundado, corre y cierra la puerta al ver lo que es

Seguro que todos hemos estado al tanto del huracán Harveys en EEUU. Una gran parte de Texas se ha visto afectada, sobre todo la ciudad de Houston donde vive Arlene Gonzalez.

Nunca podía haberse imaginado los daños que un huracán podía producir hasta que miro por su ventana y vio el estado de su jardín.

Estaba completamente inundado y decidió filmar esta terrible y extrema situación.

Mientras filmaba vio dos manchas oscuras en el agua. Al principio pensó que era algo roto que flotaba pero luego se dio cuenta de lo que realmente era.

¡Cuando estas dos manchas se acercaron, constató que se trataba de dos caimanes!

”¡Menudo shock ver todo tu jardín inundado y con dos caimanes. Es surrealista!” comenta Arlene en Inside Edition.

Estos dos grandes reptiles nadaban tranquilamente por su parcela, donde aparentemente habían ido a parar tras el huracán.

Arlene acostumbrada a ver reptiles en otros lugares durante la primavera, se llevó verdaderamente un shock al ver a dos peligrosos caimanes tan de cerca.

Aquí puedes ver un vídeo con los dos inesperados invitados:

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