The Legend of El Chupacabra, Blood Sucking Dog

The Legend of El Chupacabra, Blood Sucking Dog

The Legend of El Chupacabra, Blood Sucking Dog - The term "Chupacabra" is derived from Spanish, "chupar" means sucking and "Cabra" means a goat, because most victims are cattle goats. In English, it means goat sucker.

The first time the term El Chupacabra Chupacabra or (Spanish) is used daily at two in Puerto Rico, 1992. Both reported cases of mass death of livestock, ranging from birds, horses, and the most was the goat.

After that many similar cases have been reported in the Dominican Republic, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Brazil, and the U.S.. Since it remains mysterious Chupacabra discussed many communities, but no one any conclusions.

Not become clear, a mysterious figure that was the target of urban fashion circles. T-shirts and baseball hats sold well illustrated fiction Chupacabra among Hispanic and American communities. Known figures like coyotes, foxes bushy-haired, but there is also a call like kangaroos because, he said, can jump high. Chupacabra figure illustrates a number of artists like gargoyles, winged creature with the grinning face with sharp teeth ready to pounce.

In fact, there are at least three "figures" Chupacabra description. First and most common: crusty figure glaucous with longer hind legs than front legs. Large fanged snout like a dog. Can stand and jump like a kangaroo and smelled like sulfur. The second, similar to the first picture, but the hair of his head a little. Third, his dog like a wild, hairy little head, about the hair, without the large canine teeth or claws.

In July 2004, a rancher in San Antonio, Texas reported a creature resembling a dog that meyerang animals. Elmendorf creature called the Thing. However, DNA analysis by the University of California concluded that the animal was a coyote (wild dogs) with severe Ringworm disease.

In October 2004, two strange creature found dead in the area. The Biologist concludes that the carcass of Texas is also derived from coyotes with mange disease.

In Coleman, Texas, a farmer named Reggie Lagow saw an animal attacking his livestock, and he said that the animal resembles a mix between a hairless dog, rat and kangaroo.





Photographs of carcasses suspected of being El Chupacabra, the blood-sucking dog

September 2009 on the report findings CNN reduce coyote resembles an animal carcass, a property owner making the school a mounted animal Blanco, Texas. The owner named Jerry Ayer admitted getting animals weighing 60 kilograms were from his former pupil, Lynn Butler. Animals that died after eating rat poison in the warehouse.

Mouthed animal like a dog, without hair encrusted with severe ringworm on his body. According to Lynn, as quoted, some experts suspect it is researching Chupacabra.

Jerry kept asking the phone rang the animal. Most guessed it Chupacabra. "I do not know what it is ... I do not know if I have a strange animal," said Jerry is overwhelmed with interview requests.

Soon the local media, national, even international, citing what he called "coyote genetic defect" that. Jerry himself did not believe in the Chupacabra. Texas A & M University has taken a sample of tissue from the animal's body to identify. Similarly, a number of other universities.

Earlier, CNN broadcast a video duration of one minute 36 seconds was recorded from a car video devices Deputy Sheriff Dewitt County, Texas, driven by Brandon Riedel, August 8, 2008.

On the tape appeared to resemble the figure of a black dog, bermoncong, with ears standing, running on a gravel road. Two slightly longer hind legs than front legs.

A number of parties suspect that the same animal species, the coyote, including Brandon's boss, Sheriff Jode Zavesky.

It is not the first encounter in Cureo, Texas. In 2007 a rancher found a dead animal which he thought Chupacabra. DNA test results showed, similar to coyote DNA, but not identical.

Chupacabra identification

Chupacabra identification

Chupacabra identification

Identification of El Chupacabra

According to the reliefs found in Europe, some researchers connect the Chupacabra by gargoyles, creatures that are part of European history and is associated with evil spirits. Currently Chupacabra legend of a place in the latin community

Some tribes in the forests of Latin America also believe the story is "mosquito man", which precedes the mythical creature Chupacabra story, man mosquito has a long nose and also suck blood. Some say that human beings mosquitoes and the Chupacabra is the same.

In 2005, Isaac Espinoza spent about $ 6 million from his pocket to investigate the Chupacabra. He spent eight months in the forests of Latin America together with his team. Several times they had encounters with strange creatures like Chupacabra. They filmed the creature several times and took samples of hair and skin earned to the University of Texas for analysis. The result is that the creature is not of a kind known today.

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