One week after their Armed Forces released photos and videos of UFO activity around the country, Chile has announced that Chupacabras are back.

These are goat sucking cryptids that are only seen in Spanish speaking countries and in parts of the US, such as Southwest Texas, where Spanish is the second language.

Chupacabras are blamed for the deaths of scores of hens at a chicken farm in San Antonio, Texas. In El Mercurio, Nathan Crooks quotes hen house proprietor Flor V

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There’s a genuine cryptozoological mystery deep in the heartof Texas. A rancher in Elmendorf, Texas, shot a strangeanimal that ate 35 of his chickens in a single day.Scientists who have examined the creature’s body have notbeen able to identify it. Unknowncountry.com is having DNAtesting done on the body. For more information and pictures,read the full story.

The Elmendorf beast is a strange, hairless dog-lookingcreature with a blue-gray color and strangely-shaped teeth.Macanally says, “First thing that came to my mind, is surelyeverybody’s gonna think this is a Chupacabra. But it’s soodd because it has no hair.” One woman who saw a photo of itsays it’s exactly how her grandmother described theChupacabras she saw.
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Abandoned gold mines that date from the 1950s in Chile could be harboring chupacabras that have a kangaroo-shaped body and a muzzle that resembles a wolf. They are fearless and attack local livestock and wild animals.

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A family of farmers in the Mexican state of Chihuahua say the mysterious vampire-like creatures known as ?chupacabras? or ?goat suckers? killed and sucked the blood of more than 60 of their sheep in the weeks before Halloween.

Notimex, the state news agency, reported that Ramiro Parra Gonzalez discovered 35 dead sheep. All were found without a drop of blood in their bodies, similar to cattle mutilations, and with two small bite marks on their necks. Parra Gonzalez says he heard the dogs that sleep in his fields every night to guard his flock begin to howl around midnight. A few minutes later he heard them running for their lives. ?I thought it was probably a fox,? he says.
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