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Could These Animal Bodies Be That Of The Ever Elusive And Mythical ‘Chupacabras’?

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at 2016.04.13
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In the small town of Monte Patria, Chile, a farmer discovered something bizarre. Javier Prohens was having lunch with friends when his farm hand, Bricio Saldivar, alerted the farmer that the carcasses of dangerous creatures were found on his land.

While this may sound normal, it was actually a bizarre alert. The goat farmer wasn”t be warned of coyotes or bears…the farm hand spotted a possible la chupacabras, the legendary goat eater.

This is the face of one of the corpses found in the cellars of a nearby winery. At first, the Chileans thought they were bat remains…but then realized the bones were far too large.

This is the face of one of the corpses found in the cellars of a nearby winery. At first, the Chileans thought they were bat remains...but then realized the bones were far too large.

Chupacabra literally translates to “goat sucker” in Spanish. The first sighting occurred in Puerto Rico in 1995. Since then, it has become a cryptological legend all over South America, in par in popularity as Sasquatch in the North.

Chupacabra literally translates to

Chupacabras are reported to be the size of a small-to-medium sized dog. It has protruding spikes along its spine, all the way down to the tail. Sometimes described as a hairless mammal or even possibly a reptile, the chupacabra moves on two feet similar to a kangaroo and sucks the blood of its victims, leaving an upside down triangle marking on their necks.

Chupacabras are reported to be the size of a small-to-medium sized dog. It has protruding spikes along its spine, all the way down to the tail. Sometimes described as a hairless mammal or even possibly a reptile, the chupacabra moves on two feet similar to a kangaroo and sucks the blood of its victims, leaving an upside down triangle marking on their necks.

If these are in fact chupacabras, this would bring legitimate panic to the community, as the entire village is built on goat farming, the crypto-animal”s favorite snack. The villagers also fear the creatures will attack the children.

If these are in fact chupacabras, this would bring legitimate panic to the community, as the entire village is built on goat farming, the crypto-animal

(via Daily Mail)

Hopefully, these farmers don”t have to worry about this legendary beast. Last year, a Texas couple claimed they had captured a chupacabra by their home, but that turned out to be a raccoon with scabies. For the sake of Prohens” business, let”s hope that”s what we”re looking at here.

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