Chupacabra Found In North Texas?
The latest now on the so-called “Chupacabra” 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.