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TYPHOON ODETTE CLAIMS ANOTHER VICTIM AS T-REX DINOSAUR TOPPLES FACE-DOWN IN CAMPUESTOHAN

Typhoon Odette slammed the Philippines and its outlaying islands including the province of Negros Occidental on Thursday, December 16, killing six and forcing tens of thousands of people to evacuate their homes.





It turned out even one of the largest and most fearsome dinosaur was no match to the powerful storm. 




Campuestohan Highland Resort owner Ricardo "Cano" Tan shows the extent of damage caused by super typhoon Odette to one of the dinosaurs replica toppled by strong winds brought by Odette.



Tan said, "I will pull her up, raise her, and we will rise together."




He asked Bacolod folks to take this as an example of human resilience, "we will rise together after enduring the wrath of Odette," he added.


Photo credits: Carla Canet / FB




Heavy rains caused rivers around the province to flood, leaving at least over 30,000 were evacuated to government's prepared evacuation centers. Several people were stranded in their homes, and rescue operations continued into Friday.

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