Could These Animal Bodies Be The Ever Elusive And Mythical ‘Chupacabras’?
February 7, 2015
In Monte Patria, Chile, a farmer found something astonishing. Javier Prohens’s lunch was interrupted by Bricio Saldivar alerting him that carcasses of several dangerous creatures seemed to be found on his land.
It was a sheer bizarre alert, no matter how simple it seemed. It was no ordinary coyotes or bears but it was a possible la chupacabras, aka the legendary goat eater.
Here is one of the many faces in the cellars of a nearby winery. Firstly, the Chileans thought them to be bat remains but it was too large to fit its description.
Chupacabra is goal sucker in Spanish, firstly sighted in Puerto Rico in 1995. It has become a cryptological legend in South America, as Sasquatch in the North in par in popularity.
Chupacabras are small-to-medium-sized dogs. It has spikes starting from its spine to its tail. Sometimes it is described to be a hairless mammal or a reptile, it moves with two feet like kangaroo and sucks the blood of its prey, and leaves an upside down triangle on their necks.
If it is really chupacabras then it would call panic to the community, as goat farming is mostly consisted in that land. There is also a concern of it attacking the children.
Hopefully, the farmers can live peacefully as last year, it was captured by a Texas couple at their home, however it turned out to be a raccoon with scabies. Let us hope that’s exactly what we’re looking at here.
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