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.
On September 18, 2009, taxidermist Jerry Ayer sold the Blanco Texas
Chupacabra to the Lost World Museum. The museum, as reported in the
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Apr 3, 2014 ... Texas family says they have captured mythical animal chupacabra.
Apr 4, 2014 ... A Texas couple has captured what is being called a baby chupacabra, the
legendary animal said to roam the countryside in search of blood.
"My mother had a friend named Rosa," writes John O. "One morning she called my mother terrified, saying she saw something in the street. She looked to her left because something got her attention. It resembled a goat or baby cow; it had four or five legs; it moved lik... More »
Jul 8, 2015 ... Some men in Texas believe this animal to be a chupacabra, but state biologists
say such creatures are the stuff of legends only. (Image source: ...
Apr 4, 2014 ... The hairless creature captured by a Texas family and thought to be the infamous
blood-sucking chupacabra has been euthanized. The captors ...
Apr 3, 2014 ... A couple in Ratcliffe, Texas, has captured a creature that they believe may prove
the existence of the mythical chupacabra. Jackie Stock says ...
Apr 11, 2014 ... Last week we wrote about a couple from Texas who claimed to have captured a
baby chupacabra. Jackie and Bubba of Ratcliffe, Texas spotted ...
Apr 4, 2014 ... Was that really a bloodsucking chupacabra in Ratcliffe, Texas? A game warden
determined it was just a mangy raccoon, and now the poor ...