Friday, September 4, 2009

Latino Bigfoot?

We have tons of readers asking us about the Mexican or Latino Bigfoot. they are refering to El Chupacabra. The legend first emerged in March 1995, when eight sheep were found dead and drained of blood at a farm in Puerto Rico.

All the victims – and hundreds of other farm animals and pets killed in similar circumstances on the territory in subsequent months – had three puncture wounds in their chests, which investigators struggled to explain.

Locals nicknamed the unknown attacker "el chupacabra", the goat sucker, and while the beast was never captured rumours of its terrifying physical appearance began to swirl.

As you can see from the photos above and the illustration below, el chupacabra looks nothing like Bigfoot. Although a famous cryptid we would never claim it to being related to bigfoot by any way. Comparisons are only warranted due to elusiveness.

If, however, you do want to see other Bigfoot related species check them out at the now famous AKA Bigfoot World Map

If you want to read about the taxidermist that recently caught a Chupacabra there are two links below.

The Telegraph
The Sun

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