The Chupacabras

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  • Chupacabras origins

    Chupacabras origins
    The myth originated in Puerto Rico in 1995
    It´s a monster that attacks the cattle of the villagers
  • The first report

    The first report
    In March 1995 in Puerto Rico, eight domestic sheep were reported to have been found dead, each with three puncture wounds in the chest area, for which all the blood in the body had apparently been sucked.
  • Chupacabras attack other countrys

    Chupacabras attack other countrys
    In April 2000, in Calama, a hundred bled or mutilated poultry animals were reported very strangely, a situation that remained until almost the end of 2002.
  • Chupacabras or sects

    Chupacabras or sects
    In 2002, mutilated cattle were found in various parts of Argentina. Ablations of the animal's reproductive systems are perceived, the media associates the facts with the chupacabra phenomenon or with the rites of satanic sects
  • Descriptions of the monster

    Descriptions of the monster
    In July 2004, a farmer killed a creature that looked like a hairless dog, which he discovered by killing his animals, near San Antonio, Texas.
  • Ther first photo

    Ther first photo
    In August 2006, a woman named Michelle O'Donnell photographed a strange animal on the side of a road. Her husband described it as a mixture between a rodent and a canid
  • Scientist´s opinion

    Scientist´s opinion
    In September 2009, CNN showed a video in which an unidentified dead animal was seen. People speculated that it was a chupacabra. A Texas County taxidermist said one of his former students gave him an animal, which appeared to have died after ingesting rodent poison. The taxidermist said he believed it was a genetic coyote mutation.
  • Like a dog or cat

    Like a dog or cat
    On December 18, 2010, in Kentucky, a man named Mark Cothren killed an animal he could not recognize. Many pictures of the creature were taken. Cothren described the creature with long ears, mustaches, a long tail and the size of a domestic cat.
  • A lot of Chupacabras fakes

    A lot of Chupacabras fakes
    On April 3, 2014, a couple said they captured a chupacabra in Texas on March 29 of the same year. Benjamin Radford of Livescience suggested that the animal was a raccoon affected by scabies.
  • Just an other myth

    Just an other myth
    At present the myth of chupacabras has disappeared.