Mythical "Chupacabra" found in Texas?

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by lonyaeger, Jan 19, 2010.

  1. lonyaeger

    lonyaeger New Member

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    This critter was found just up the road from me. It is a mythical animal who allegedly drinks the blood of other animals (in Spanish, "chupa" = sucks and "cabra" = goats). Forget about the wild dogs, I'm gonna go hunt these suckers!

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UhxEz3b_fA]YouTube - Bridgeport Texas Strange Hairless Animal - Video 2 of 2[/ame]
     
  2. skullcrusher

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    This is that old deal that is really a coyote that had mange or one of those hairless mid sized dogs that may have mated with a yote and the one in 1/4 offspring is it? Not gonna look, just because....
     

  3. lonyaeger

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    You gotta see it. :eek:
     
  4. lonyaeger

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    Not to mention that it looks delicious!
     
  5. RugerShootinGal

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    That is really groce what the hell I hope I never see anything like that!!!:eek::eek::eek:
     
  6. lonyaeger

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    Well then, you better not come to Texas, RSG!

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  7. skullcrusher

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    Yeah, that is what I was talking about. Like 5 year old pic and all. DNA showed it to be canine.
     
  8. lonyaeger

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    I think the photog just forgot to change the date on his digicam, Skull.
     
  9. skullcrusher

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    Yea, that happens whenever there is critical pic being taken of a mythological creature....

    There was a whole Monster Quest episode dedicated to that pic. :cool:
     
  10. Gojubrian

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    The one in the video doesn't look like it had mange. I can't identify it as a dog or coyote either.
     
  11. lonyaeger

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    Could a yet-to-be-identified animal not have canine DNA?
     
  12. Gojubrian

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    They need only to take it to the local university and settle it.
     
  13. spittinfire

    spittinfire New Member Supporter

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    Big foot just knocked on my back door and asked for a sandwich. I gave him a nice ham & cheese but that ungrateful bugger is a vegeterian!!!
     
  14. lonyaeger

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    When I signed on as an FTF member, I took on the responsibility of protecting my fellow members from potentially dangerous threats. I felt it was my duty to share this with all of you. Texas is a big state, but the Chupacabra could be migrating to your state in short order. Don't say I didn't warn you.
     
  15. Gojubrian

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    It looks like a hairless chihuahua. I could kill it with my pellet gun. :rolleyes:
     
  16. dog2000tj

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    KILL IT WITH FIRE!!!

    :eek:
     
  17. lonyaeger

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    Okay, I'll try it and post a range report with the results.
     
  18. Benning Boy

    Benning Boy New Member

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    NO!! Mr. Bigglesworth, what did they do to you?!!!!

    Dirty cowboy b@$t@rds!!
     
  19. lonyaeger

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    Well, the mythical "Chupacabra" has been identified by a biologist as a hairless raccoon. How or why this raccoon lost his hair we may never know.

    Am I disappointed? Yes, but I can hold my head high in knowing that I did my part to keep FTF members safe and to rid the world of this insidious, vile "goat-sucker." And they would probably be dangerous, too, if one was ever found alive, but every one they find is dead and, therefore, harmless.
     
  20. cpttango30

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    Raccoons are close to the cat feline family.

    Felines happen to have lots of spontaneous mutations that cause this exact type of thing. Many of the different cat breeds are created because of the spontaneous mutations.

    Hey we were getting chased by that thing on FTX at Ft. Hood one time. Oh wait it was me blowing on a dying rabbit call. HEHEHEHEHEHE