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Live Chupacabra captured in Texas

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A family in Texas may have a living legend in its backyard. Arlen Parma and her husband Jackie Stock claim they captured a live chupacabra Sunday night.


Fox with mange? I've never seen a dog use his paws to eat like that.
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TheDrunkenTigah
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re: Live Chupacabra captured in Texas
It's a coon with mange.


FelicianaTigerfan
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It's a coon with mange.


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tigerfoot
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can someone shoot that poor coon.


Now on a related note, it seems we have located whophead Dolly. She has not aged well at all, trespassing must be stressful.


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Ole Geauxt
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re: Live Chupacabra captured in Texas
I bet it's been denned up in all that lady's blue hair ever since it was a puppy/kitten.


KingRanch
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Coon


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TheDrunkenTigah
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Steady exposure to peroxide will do that to a critter.


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Bigpoppat
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A wildlife expert interviewed by KAVU said the creature is likely a dog, fox or coyote with mange


WTF kinda expert is this? That's clearly a coon with mange. The paws don't look anything like a fox/dog/yote


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Yeti
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coon with mange
I had to do a google image search, but that's exactly what it is.


TheDrunkenTigah
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re: Live Chupacabra captured in Texas
The funniest part is the dumbass preachin about how he's done hunted coons for TWINNY years and he ain't never heard one make no noise like that.


Yeti
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that dude is convinced it's not a coon


USMC_ Skeeter
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re: Live Chupacabra captured in Texas
Cook some rice


Clyde Tipton
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That's the real deal...


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Choirboy
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definitely not a coon


ZacAttack
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Coon with mange


Choirboy
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Definitely not a Coon with mange


FIFY


FelicianaTigerfan
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definitely not a coon


No,no,no. We talkin about the kind mamma use to chase off her porch with a broom.





Well, I guess the other kind probably need to be chased off a porch also


TheDrunkenTigah
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re: Live Chupacabra captured in Texas
TWINNY YEARS


KingRanch
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porch


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NewIberiaHaircut
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Cook some rice




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