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Chupacabra??? Or a badly manged coyote? You decide!

Although, the tail looks way to long for a coyote....having skinned many a coyotes, this one has a particularly long tail if my opinion counts.
 

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mangy coyote. I've seen them that bad here before, they get so weak they will eat nything they can find, chickens are easy. I killed one a few years ago that did not have the strength to run away. It got the boots, did not have a gun.
 

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looks like a mangy coyote or mangy fox to me. whatever it is it needed shot.
 

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Very interesting with no wonder as to what the picture is of. >coyote<
 

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Yep,

I've seen a few chupacabra's, the fangs are very prominant, so I go with coyote,


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Hey,

if ya ever run accross one, you'll remember it well and change your tune...I don't talk about very often,,,,But...Hmmmm.......Never Mind,


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PPRM,

Every Chupacabra sighting to date has been in Mexico or the southern United States, like in Arizona, Texas and New Mexico....you live in Oregon.......It was prolly just a big rat, or a diseased coon that you had an encounter with. HAHA :lol: :lol:

Chupacabra....blah....if they exist i'll eat my toe nail clippings!
 

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I saw one eating the mighty and elusive tree gator of the north. It was a horrible fight, but the Chuca won in the end! A more vicious animal never lived.
 

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koj said:
I saw one eating the mighty and elusive tree gator of the north. It was a horrible fight, but the Chuca won in the end! A more vicious animal never lived.

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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I just get a kick outta this thread because it is something I first heard about from some mexicans I work with, so often I will go off on a tangent when making new freinds about the El Chipacubra, LOL

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now the Chipacabra is even worse, but luckily, 90 percent of their time is spent in the bar downing salsa and CHIPS.----
 

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koj said:
I saw one eating the mighty and elusive tree gator of the north. It was a horrible fight, but the Chuca won in the end! A more vicious animal never lived.
Well - if you look Ver-r-r-y carefully at the Phenotype of this emaciated beast, I think all will agree that it must be an F1 result of a male Cuckaburro x female Tree Aligator. The DNA gathered from their upper Incisors is terrifying enough to scare a buzzard off a Gut Wagon!. They are called a "Cuckagator". Now, the opposite cross - that is a Male Tree Aligator x Female Cuckaburro is a whole 'nother critter completely! Skinny hind legs but not too long - feathery, long front legs - almost like wings - and long central toes that protrude upwards with short, stubby claws on the ends. Their ears are like Albino Mules ears! :shock: Their mating cry is a shrill, high pitched cry that sounds like they are saying (in English yet), " Givyudabird - givyudabird - givyudabird". It is a real 'haunting' melody - one you'll never forget once you hear it! :roll: :roll: It's called an Alley Burro- - -On second thought - it couldn't be the "Alley Burro" because they are sterile! :???:

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