Brazil has become a tourist hotspot, but some people aren’t having it.
The sunbathed crocodile and its sunbathes have become a hot topic in Brazil.
Some of them have even become so popular that local people have started selling them.
Sunbathing with the sunbatheers has become popular with some people in Brazil, because they’re cheap, easy to keep in a hotel, and they can be enjoyed for hours.
The crocodile is believed to be the oldest member of the family and has been swimming in Brazil for more than 30 years.
The creature, which is named after the Brazilian sun, is thought to be a protected species.
The owner of a hotel near Sao Paulo in southern Brazil said that they’ve been selling crocodiles for more years than they can remember.
“We started selling the crocodiles at the beginning of the year.
They are extremely popular because they are so cheap and easy to feed and to keep.
We sell them all year round,” said Roberto de Souza, who runs the hotel, the Sunbathing Café.
The hotel has been selling the animals since March, but a few months ago, they began to take off.
It’s not clear how many crocodiles have been sold in the city of Sao Paulo, but the local government has reported an increase in the number of crocodile sightings.
“We have not received any reports of crocodiles being sold,” de Souja said.
But the local authorities said they will keep checking the situation and take any action needed to curb the situation.
Some hotels and resorts have banned crocodiles.