Sunday, February 17, 2008

Is the Chupacabra real?

On February 6, 2008, a Chupacabra was caught and killed. At least, that's what they named the mysterious "monster". It was a strange, coyote like animal with a greyish color to support that it was probably not a coyote, or at least, maybe it wasn't...

Late last year they had sent the DNA of the creature to Texas State University, but all they could come up with was that it was some sort of wolfish thing. Then, they sent it to the University of California, this time with a tooth and tissue sample and they said that it was some sort of mutt. On it's mother's side it was a coyote and on its dad's side it was some sort of Mexican wolf. The media is still coming down to the little town of Cuero, Texas, the place where it all started.
Since then, people have been making and selling T-shirts, which have been very popular since there may be actual proof of the Chupacabra's existence. Some people are selling cheap knock-offs on Ebay for three times the price. Legal action has been made to prevent this.


Kate said...

I love this blogspot. I have been waiting for this kind of information. I'm glad to see someone shares my interest in the cryptids--

Caesar35 said...

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