Chupacabra spotted in Texas, Oklahoma

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There have been reports recently of Chupacabra sightings in Texas and Oaklahoma. What is a Chupacabra you ask?

The famed Chupacabra, whose name roughly translates to “goatsucker” in Spanish, has reportedly been found in both Texas and Oklahoma.  Described to be a mix between a rat, kangaroo, and  hairless dog, recent pictures and video of “the Latino Bigfoot” have been making the internet rounds in the past few days.

In Stillwell, Oklahoma, a woman who wished to remain anonymous submitted photos of a dead critter resembling the Chupacabra to a local news station.  CNN also aired a report with video of a similar-looking creature, caught by two Texas men (see above).

Other Chupacabra sightings or carcasses in the past have often been identified otherwise as coyotes or dogs.

So, does the “mythical Chupacabra” really exist? You decide.


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    Kendrick Schuett

    September 4, 2009 at 7:49 am

    We have seen this before it is a coyote with mange. DNA test it Canis Latrans. Google Coyote Mange lots of pictures.

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    Sean K.

    September 9, 2009 at 11:52 am

    I can top that. I’ve found footage of a woman actually surrounded by chupacabras. News footage, too.


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    Clark Garlington

    February 2, 2011 at 5:06 am

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