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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.


No, it hasn't. A Texas couple claims to have captured a living chupacabra in their backyard. Seriously. It isn't even April Fools Day anymore. Here's the r.

Apr 3, 2014 ... Texas family says they have captured mythical animal chupacabra.


Jun 27, 2016 ... Terrifying 'chupacabra' beast captured and killed by a pitchfork-wielding villagers. Locals in Rukshin, Ukraine had complained of a mysterious ...


Mar 31, 2015 ... Tiffany Rodriguez grabbed a photo of a coyote with mange Tuesday morning on State and Iowa streets in Redlands. These infected canines ...


Apr 2, 2014 ... A Texas family claims they've captured the elusive 'chupacabra,' a mythical creature that supposedly attacks livestock.


Jan 26, 2016 ... Could El Chupacabra be real? Probably not. But a video leaked to the web purported to be from the Philippines claims there might be.


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.


Although they are said to be a smaller species, the Chupacabra has been reported and described as a much larger lifeform as well. Some reports place it larger ...


Jun 10, 2016 ... Staff at Greenhill Humane Society, which operates the shelter, said Chupacabra came in as a stray. Since then, his owner has been identified.