Mexico battered by two tropical storms
Mexico is in the grip of a major natural disaster after two tropical storms hit the south-west of the country.
The storms, called Manuel and Ingrid, have damaged 35,000 homes and it's thought 80 people have died.
Flooding has attracted crocodiles to some areas which is making the situation even more dangerous.
The bad weather's expected to last until Friday night and only after the storms can the clean-up begin.