Ever heard of the Chupacabra? Considered by biologists and wildlife management officials to be an urban legend, the Spanish word can be literally translated as “goat-sucker,” from chupar (“to suck”) and cabra (“goat”).
With hundreds of claimed sightings beginning in Puerto Rico in 1995 and throughout the Americas in the years since, New Mexico has its own lore about the bizarre looking creature. Click below to learn more (if you dare!):
Image Information: A Chupacabra and Its Prey
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