An unknown animal was spotted in Oklahoma, and many think it may be the infamous Chupacabra!
A Chupacabra is a legendary "goatsucker" that sucks the blood from animals!
We were a bit uncertain such an animal exists, but the animal in the video definitely doesn't ring any of our bells!
Could it be the Chupacabra?
Ch-ch-check it out for yourself by clicking PLAY directly (above) !!!
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It's a REAL LIFE CHUPACABRA!! LOLZ!
Some Minnesota residents are sure they've found themselves a genuine mythical creature.
We don't believe it because we
don't believe in Chupacabras watch True Blood we know that stuff only happens in Louisiana.
This creepy piece of roadkill kinda looks like a dog to us. But on a closer inspection we saw his badger-like claws and random tuffs of dark hair scattered around his white body and have to agree the animal is a little mysterious!
Chupacabras, or "goat suckers," are described as something between a dog and a wolf, reportedly kill and suck the blood out of livestock.
We thin this might just be a carzy nastyass honey badger / dog half breed!
See a take a closer look at the roadkill below.
[image via KSAZ/youtube]
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13-year-old Carter Pope spotted a strange animal walking across a field and ran to get his dad who was also amazed by what he saw.
Carter then grabbed his gun (totally normal reaction) and fired three shots, killing the animal.
The chupacabra is a mythical creature — kinda like "Big Foot" or the "Down-To-Earth Actor" — but some wildlife biologists believe it is a sick coyote or other wild animal, rather than the vampire-like monster it's rumored to be.
Since 2007, Canion's creature has been identified as a coyote crossed with a Mexican wolf, but this kid is probably gonna tell his friends he killed a chupacabra.
[image via victoriaadvocate.com]
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