The latest now on the so-called “Chupacabra2 bing Chupacabra Found In North Texas?” discovered by a Wise county man on a golf course.  A biologist with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is now telling the Wise County Messenger — the weird little animal…is actually a hairless raccoon. The biologist says the feet, skull and dental formation all match that of a raccoon…but couldn’t say…how the animal lost its hair.
See photos and read more here.   Chupacabra, which is Spanish for “goat sucker,” is known for sucking blood from livestock.

chupa Chupacabra Found In North Texas?

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