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Monday, 10 March 2014

The Crypto Crew Chupacabras Update

The Crypto Crew posted a link to a new attack supposedly by the "Chupacabras". Here is the link:

And here is the original article:

Mexico: Chupacabra Attack Kills 97 sheep

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 La Paz| Almost 100 sheeps have been found dead and strangely mutilated on a ranch in the mexican provine of California Alta, in what seems to be the latest chupacabra attack in the region.  All animals were discovered dead, each with three puncture wounds in the chest area and completely drained of blood.
The chupacabra ( translated literally as “goat sucker”) is rumored to be a nocturnal carnivorous creature that inhabits parts of the Americas, with the first sightings reported in Puerto Rico. No specimens have ever been captured or killed, but hundreds of eyewitnesses have reported encountering the creature.
The name comes from the animal’s reported habit of attacking and drinking the blood of livesock, especially goats, throught a process similar to vampiric bats or blood leeches. Thousands of attacks have been reported over the last decades from the southern United States to Venezuela, leaving tens of thousands of farm animals dead.
Over the last two years, alleged chupacabra attacks have multiplied in Mexico, with over 12 000 anamals dead in a similar fashion. The increase in the number of attack is most likely linked to the increased invasiveness of human activity inside the creatures natural habitat.

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It will be interesting to see if there are any associated sightings pof the Devil Bats (or Chupabats)

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