Chupacabra Found in Texas?


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Was the mythical, bloodsucking chupacabra found (at last) in Texas?

Canion believes she may have the head of the mythical, bloodsucking chupacabra.

"It is one ugly creature," Canion said, holding the head of the mammal, which has big ears, large fanged teeth and grayish-blue, mostly hairless skin.

Canion and some of her neighbors discovered the 40-pound bodies of three of the animals over four days in July outside her ranch in Cuero, 80 miles southeast of San Antonio. Canion said she saved the head of the one she found so she can get to get to the bottom of its ancestry through DNA testing and then mount it for posterity.

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This is obviously a dogs head. Not clay, no photo editing, just a dead mangey dog. Certainly no goatsucker. I'd like to see the rest of the body. I'm sure it has all the normal features of a dog. It looks exactly like "the turner beast" from turner maine, which of course turned out to be, after dna testing, a dog.
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its real, it is part of the canine family. I believe its the destruction of habitat and human activity destroying is causeing animals to cross breed that are not meant to, creating "mutants" if you will. or a speacies thats inbred for so long it pops out a mutant, and the mutant breeds creating what you see. and to who ever says its not chupacabra, open your mind. until we have better proof this could vary well be the creature that we seek. and so far it is until we descover another creature we cannot identify.
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