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Boy Who Survived Crocodile Attack in Mexico Dresses as Crocodile for HalloweenDuring a family vacation in Mexico, a 12-year-old boy named Charlie Buhl was attacked by a 10- to 13-foot crocodile. His family rushed him to the hospital and they had to extend their stay as he needed to undergo several medical procedures in a Cancún hospital. The resort at which Charlie got attacked, Club Med, covered all medical expenses and extended their apologies to the family by providing continuous assistance. The spokesperson for Club Med also expressed their plan to prevent additional attacks: to install warning signs, lights, and taller fencing.Now, Charlie is still in the recovery process. He can walk and run with a limp, and kick a soccer ball, but is yet to play in a soccer game. This traumatic incident, however, did not hinder Charlie from using his wit. Through his humor and creativity, he was able to make the quote, "Turn your obstacles into opportunities" true to life. For this year's Halloween, Charlie, together with his friends, decided to dress as a crocodile.Image credit: Jennifer Buhl #Halloween #Crocodile #Mexico #CrocodileAttack
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A Roundup of Cute Animals in Their Clever Halloween CostumesWhile there are plenty of vendors who will sell you a Halloween costume for a pet, the best results come from those animals who dress up as a character they already resemble, like this adorable chihuahua named Chowder in the guise of Harley Quinn in the movie Suicide Squad. You can also see Chowder dressed up as Wednesday Addams.
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A Guinea Pig Reviews Halloween CostumesBernadette Banner is a fashion historian who recreates historical dress using only the sewing methods available from those times. She also has a "highly-opinionated four-legged potato," or a guinea pig, named Lord Cesario. Makers of pet Halloween costumes sent Banner guinea pig costumes to review.
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A Canadian Bear Tries to Steal Halloween Pumpkins off PorchWe can't help but be thrilled about celebrating and decorating our homes as Halloween approaches. However, it appears that humans aren't the only ones who are looking forward to Halloween.A surveillance camera caught a local grizzly bear from Canada munching on a pair of pumpkins. The bear decided that it wanted to eat some pumpkins that had been used as decorations outside the house, so it took them out and attempted to flee with another pumpkin. It couldn't grab it with its paws or mouth, unfortunately.As a result, after repeated efforts, it gave up and abandoned the pumpkin.Image by: Ashley Larose#PorchThief #Halloween #Bear #Pumpkin #Canada
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Dog Selects His Own Halloween CostumeIt's time for all doggos to decide what they are going to be for Halloween! This good boi knows what he wants. Will he pick the red and blue shirt or the pink? Will he wear a wig or a hat? You'll see that he has a specific look in mind.