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The Legend of the Chupacabra

Read more about "El Chupacabras" at VirtualScience.com.

Read more about "El Chupacabras" at VirtualScience.com.

Even before I had goats, I was fascinated by the story of the Chupacabra, which literally means “goat sucker” and refers to a mysterious creature said to attack and suck the blood of goats mainly in Puerto Rico, Texas, and Mexico. I’d say there’s a documentary about the chupacabra on an average of once a week here in Italy — and not always the same documentary, either.

Well the chupacabra has been in the news again lately with the report of the unexplained deaths of 300 goats in Mexico’s Puebla state (warning: graphic photo in that link).

The chupacabra has been described in various, quite contradictory ways, which leads one to question whether such an animal really exists; for example, some people describe it as resembling a reptile with scaly skin, about three or four feet tall that hops around like a kangaroo. Others say it looks like a really freaky wild dog.

That said, what chupacabra believers do agree on is that dead livestock, often goats, turn up with puncture wounds often in the neck and/or chest area and are drained of their blood.

Whether the chupacabra is a special kind of predator or not, that’s some pretty gruesome stuff, so please goat caretakers in Chupacabraland, protect your goaties!

Do you believe in the legend of the chupacabra?

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4 Responses to “The Legend of the Chupacabra”
  1. I believe!

    Haha, thanks for coming over Jenn!

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  2. 09.08.2010

    I’ve never heard of it before. I don’t know what to think.

    It’s such a freaky thing indeed….

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  3. 09.08.2010

    I usually disbelieve such bizarre and nasty stories.

    It’s really a strange mystery…and there have been way too many goats lost 🙁

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  4. 09.08.2010

    Here in Texas I think it is mostly the bizarre wild dog creature.I don’t know what it is but I hope it stays away from my area!

    Yes, hopefully it’s contained, whatever the heck it is….

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