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Texas Family Captures Live Chupacabra VIDEO
04-07-2014, 12:44 AM #16
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(04-05-2014, 07:13 AM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  
(04-04-2014, 06:54 PM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  Wait a minute,i seem to recall reading in books and hearing on documentaries about chupacabras being seen and encountered as bipedal creatures two of three foot tall bizarre and terrifying entities fanged and hissing and snarling with pointed ears and glowing orange and green and red eyes like demonic trolls or devilish imps or lizard monkeys and so this four legged creature is it even the real thing?!

They're ears are rounded. . Hold on tight to your dream.
This threads four legged chicken eater isnt the real strange and paranormal Chupacabra as obviously explained below and within the link thats been seen and encountered many times bearing little or no resemblance to each other at all...

Quote:The chupacabra is one of those cryptids that proves very frustrating to investigators. One of the biggest frustrations hinges on the creature's appearance. There are only a few features that stay relatively consistent from one sighting to the next; everything else seems to vary enormously. These relatively constant features include large eyes that are usually red or orange and about the same size and shape as an egg, a mouth full of big fangs, sharp claws on the hands and feet, a bunch of spikes or spike-like fins running in a row down the spine, a bipedal stance, three-toed hind feet that might also be webbed, and a hind portion shaped like a kangaroo with oversized legs for jumping. The top portion of the body looks stunted and scrawny in comparison with its massive hindquarters.

The variable features include what kind of skin the chupacabra has. It may be hairy all over, hairy on some parts, or hairless. When it lacks hair on one or more parts, the hairless skin may be scaled like a fish or reptile, it may be smooth and resemble a frog's skin, or it may be bumpy like a toad. Some witnesses report that the chupacabra has chameleon-like abilities or a power resembling shapeshifting that only affects its skin. These witnesses report seeing the chupacabra change the color and texture of its skin dramatically, even turning its body hair green to blend in with foliage. The chupacabra may also have feathers on one or more parts of its body, especially red feathers. It sometimes has wings. Even when the chupacabra cannot fly, it can often jump so high that it is almost as good as flying. Reports of it jumping over buildings are not uncommon.

The other main frustration centers on the sheer number of creatures that have been given the label of "chupacabra." The chupacabra sightings that came from Puerto Rico in approximately the years 1995-1999 fueled a worldwide interest that caused reports of "chupacabras" to flow in from every location imaginable. Some of these non-Puerto-Rican creatures resembled anomalous kangaroos, others resembled hairy humanoids of various sorts, including winged apes, and a few did sound like the original Puerto Rican chupacabras. http://www.newanimal.org/chupa.htm



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