Mexican Gargoyle?

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A gargoyle is a type of monster, usually depicted as a stone statue. In Mexico and many Latin American countries, a gargoyle that has been the source of many legends is known as the Chupacabra. The Chupacabra is said to be a monster that attacks and kills livestock and drinks their blood. It is said that this monster typically attacks goats. Although the Chupacabra has said to be sighted, there is no evidence that such a creature exists other than in legends.
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