'Chupacabra' Found on Golf Course

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  1. Linda7NJ

    Linda7NJ Active Member

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    Looks like a Chinese Crested (dog breed) to me. Are they sending it to a lab?
     
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    It was identified as a hairless raccoon by an expert. Try searching WFAA tv home page. The report is probably still there. Looked awful...turned out to be an anomaly.
     
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    Kat Kind words do not cost much

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    Thank you texaslb218. These sightings usually turn out to be mutations of every day animals. Normal mutations but rare.

    We just had an incident down here near El Paso where a bunch of chickens were eaten from the coop. The culprit wasn't seen, my bottom dollar on the el paso area case is a coyote. :) Even if it turns out to be a hairless one LOL! :)
     
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    That is a horrible looking animal- raccoons look much better with their hair. (If I saw one of these hairless raccoons, I'm pretty sure I'd never leave the house! :crazy:)
     
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    Aww, poor little hairless guy. Raccoons are my favorite animal so I think they're cute with or without fur. Definitely cuter WITH fur though :)
     
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    I think he's a cute little guy.
     

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