According to the daily mail, the tragedy occurred in Western Australia, where a 15 year old problem teenager left home from a foster family and was accidentally missing. When he was found in a swampy forest near Bloom, only some of the remaining limbs were left. He suffers from behavioral problems and developmental delays caused by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD). It is reported that the fetal alcohol spectrum disorder is the general term of a mothers influence on the baby during pregnancy, including fetal alcohol syndrome and other conditions caused by prenatal alcohol exposure. Because of the alcohol exposure in the uterus, the IQ of the baby may be lower, the growth and development are limited, the child is not high, the body weight is light, the head circumference is small, the facial deformity appears, and there will be a series of behavioral disorders, such as lack of attention, self-control, and unable to adjust the cognitive and behavioral patterns of their own. His coroner said that the cognitive problem caused by stunting was the culprit pushing him to the crocodile nest. His left foot was cut off, and not far away was a saltwater crocodile, said SarahLinton, a coroner Sarah Linton. The four days visit found that the little boy had always been a problem boy, and he was undisciplined. At the age of 13, he was addicted to solvents, which also caused damage to his health and behavior. His relatives had sent leaflets everywhere in the community to inform neighbors that anyone who saw him taking drugs would report him. Police, social volunteers and local police officers found his body after 24 hours of searching. We can see from his footprints that he has been walking around in circles, which may be mental damage and dehydration, coupled with environmental conditions. Sara said. When the boys body was found, there was a large saltwater crocodile next to him, surrounded by 9 crocodiles. This is the first crocodile death in 30 years in Western Australia. Sara, a coroner, called for more education on fetal alcohol spectrum disorders among nursing staff and relatives of FASD patients. Source: cover news editor: Li Hang _BJS4645 When the boys body was found, there was a large saltwater crocodile next to him, surrounded by 9 crocodiles. This is the first crocodile death in 30 years in Western Australia. Sara, a coroner, called for more education on fetal alcohol spectrum disorders among nursing staff and relatives of FASD patients.