Is Chupacabra Real?

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Chupacabras are said to be part reptile, part kangaroo and part vampire bat. A chupacabra is a beast told of in Mexican folklore but it is not real. Most biologists and wildlife management officials view the chupacabra as an urban legend.
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The Chupacabra (or chupacabras, meaning "goat sucker" in Spanish) is a legendary beast reported to have killed livestock by draining their blood.
Sightings mainly come from Puerto Rico, the United States along the southern border, Mexico, and other Central and South American countries.
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There has thus far been no proof that the chupacabra is real. The chupacabra is purported to be a reptile-like animal with scaly, greenish skin and sharp spines ...
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