Mythical creature shot in Kentucky?
Chupacabra is a mythical creature that allegedly sucks blood of livestock creatures, especially goats.
Mark Cothren, who lives in Kentucky, claims that he killed the legendary animal while it’s in his front yard. Cothren added that he didn’t recognize what it was.
Chupacabra was first documented in Puerto Rico, and a number of sightings followed suit. Most of the Chupacabra sightings happened in Latin America and some parts of USA.
The unknown creature has a long pointed ears, long tail, completely bald but with white long whiskers. Some say it’s an animal that suffers from skin disease known as mange. This disease is caused by parasitic mites that infest the skin of domesticated animals like dogs, cats, livestock animals like cows and horses, and even human (like scabies).
According to our veterinarian source, its possible that this Kentucky Chupacabra is actually a stray dog suffering from severe mange.
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