Chupacrabra breaking news!

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  1. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

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    They finally captured one in Texas. The guy who caught it is named Bubba. It was up in a tree. How many dogs do you know who climb trees? I once saw a dog climb a ladder. At long last we have proof of this ferocious varmint of the night! Stand by for more chupacabra news...

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    It reminds me of a Wallaby.
     
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  7. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

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    Unless you already knew about it, its new news to you.
     
  8. Randwolf Ignorance killed the cat Valued Senior Member

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    Yeah, but what happened? Are there any follow up stories?
     
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  10. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

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    Stay tuned for more chupacabra news!
     
  11. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

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    The Famous Palm Leaf Chupacabra footage from 2015! Be amazed! Notice this one's got his tail bit off..

     
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  12. Bells Staff Member

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    Wow...

    Really MR? Really?

    Here is what reality found...

    So, is this animal the elusive chupacabra? It's clear that it's not, becausevideo of the creature broadcast on KAVU clearly shows the Ratcliffe chupacabra doesn't have the anatomical mouth features that would allow it to suck blood, from goats or anything else. Like several other "chupacabras" found in Texas and elsewhere in recent years, a simple look at the mouth demonstrates that it is physically impossible for the animals to suck blood. The mouth and jaw structures of raccoons, dogs and coyotes prevent them from creating a seal around their victims, and, therefore, physically prevents them from sucking the blood out of goats or anything else. This Ratcliffe chupacabra was not seen nor videotaped sucking blood from anything.

    So, if the mysterious animal is not a chupacabra, then what is it?

    The most likely answer is that it's a raccoon. Animals that have lost most or all of their hair can be very difficult to identify correctly, for the simple reason that people are not used to seeing the animals without hair. Wildlife experts often see wild animals suffering from various stages ofsarcoptic mange — a skin disease that causes animals' hair to fall out — but most people do not. Healthy raccoons are instantly recognizable by their signature dark "bandit mask" coloring around their eyes. But when their facial hair falls out due to disease, it becomes much more difficult to identify the animal. [Rumor or Reality: The Creatures of Cryptozoology]

    Then, you need to look at other features, including size, behavior and anatomy.

    These features suggest that the Ratcliffe chupacabra is, indeed, a raccoon. And though most "chupacabras" found in Texas have been identified as canids (the zoological family that includes dogs, coyotes and foxes), this is not the first raccoon misidentified as a chupacabra. In an article in the March/April 2014 issue of "Skeptical Inquirer," another "chupacabra" found and photographed in the 1950s in Texas was identified by Darren Naish, a vertebrate paleontologist and science writer from the University of Southampton, as a mangy raccoon.

    Another clue about the animal's origins can be found in where it was discovered: in a tree. This is a typical place to find a raccoon, but unlikely for a dog or coyote. Furthermore, in a video of the animal, the Ratcliffe chupacabra picks up food with its paws to eat. This behavior is also typical of raccoons. The mysterious critter is currently being fed a diet of corn and cat food, but if the creature truly is a chupacabra, that theory can be easily tested: Put it in a pen with a goat or chicken, and see if it attacks them and sucks out its blood.


    Aren't you even remotely embarrassed to believe in this kind of thing?

    That is a sick and twisted individual who should have been charged for a) harassing an obviously sick and distressed animal and b) not seeking help for said sick and distressed animal for personal gain. You should be ashamed of yourself for posting such videos here. That is god damn disgusting.
     
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    Here is the god damn truth about that video you posted and you are actually praising it and saying people will be amazed...

    Malaysian social media was abuzz over the weekend after footage emerged of a "strange" creature crawling through the ruined forests of a palm oil plantation, leading to speculation that it was alien in origin. Experts, however, say that this isn't an exciting otherworldly discovery — but rather a sad testament to how life on this planet is treated.

    As the Borneo Post reports, plantation workers were shocked to encounter a clawed, hairless animal while working in palm fields near the village of Sibu. Unsure of just what it was, they turned to violence.

    "None of us has ever seen such thing. One of us then hit the animal until it appeared to have passed out," said one of the workers. "It could be a rare species of bear. When it regained consciousness, we forced it to go back into the jungle."

    Video shows the "strange creature" struggling over a pile of dry palm fronds, fleeing the people who attacked him.

    Some have dubbed the mysterious creature a "Malaysian Chupacabra," but Anthony Sebastian of the Malaysian Nature Society Kuching says the animal is actually a familiar threatened species.

    "It is clearly a sun bear," Sebastian told the Malaysian Star. "What confuses people is the lack of fur. It is not some strange alien that has fallen from the sky."

    State wildlife authorities from Sarawak Forestry Corporation confirmed to the Borneo Post that the animal is indeed a sun bear, adding that he may have been driven to the plantation due to flooding nearby.

    Conservationists from the conservation group Naturetalksback condemned the attack on the bear, who had likely "lost its fur either from disease or because it was abused/shaved."

    "A local endangered bear gets the living daylights beaten out of it, is filmed, and paraded on the interwebs as a 'freak of nature' or a 'monster,'" the group writes on Facebook. "This is not right."


    Be amazed huh? Amazed? Notice his tail is bit off you excitedly claim. It is a fucking endangered sun bear that is so sick, it's fur fell out and judging by the way its bones are sticking out everywhere, it is also at the point of near starvation, probably abused by people and then dumped by the looks of how it is trying to escape from the dickhead with the camera, that was beaten to a pulp by the fuckwits who filmed and loaded it onto youtube for ridiculous "believers" like yourself to fawn over. How god damn disgusting can you be that you are linking these videos so happily? You should be ashamed.

    What you have posted in this thread is god damn fucking pathetic and a disgrace because you are literally flaunting animal abuse and sick animals.

    And yes, I AM FUCKING ANGRY.
     
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  14. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

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    Who gives a FUCKING rat's ass what you are? I sure don't...Yawwwwnnnn...

    Stand by for more chupacabra news folks!
     
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  15. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

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    Here's another one to be astounded at!

     
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    What? Are you planning on posting more animal abuse videos and trying to pass it off as a chupacabra? You "Yawwwnnnn" at animal abuse and you think it is acceptable to post it here?

    Have you no shame?

    The one in your OP had been kept in a small cage in their back yard and they tried to claim it was a pet. It was a sick and distressed raccoon that had apparently been suffering for a long time and the couple featured in your OP kept it locked in a cage instead of getting it help. The couple tried to use it to their own advantage.. And when they were challenged on their cruelty towards the animal, instead of getting it veterinary care, they put it down.

    Stock alleged PETA had contacted she and her husband, but Stephanie Bell of the group's Cruelty Investigations Department, denied any contact. Bell left messages with the state department to check on the condition of the animal.

    Stock kept Chupie locked in a cage in her backyard.

    "Based on the footage, we believe this is an extremely mange stricken raccoon who has suffered a long time," Bell told the Daily News.

    Bell wanted Texas game wardens to seize the animal and have it helped and released instead, she said. The animal was being kept in "cruel confinement which was surely stressful to the animal and making (it) more vulnerable."

    The cage lacked an area for "the animal to hide and it was exposed to humans," Bell added.

    Stock took Chupie to a shelter to be put down before it could be properly examined or tested to be identified.


    This isn't some fantasy vampire story MR. You are posting animal abuse and posting stories of people abusing animals and trying to pass it off as a "chupacabra" for personal gain. This is actual and real suffering, caused by people towards animals. And this is your response? 'You don't give a FUCKING rat's ass'?
     
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    Yet another sick animal abuse video...

    I'm surprised you haven't skinned the neighbour's dog and posted a video of it and tried to claim it was a "chupacabra".
     
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    Mod Note

    Since MR seems intent on posting more animal abuse videos and trying to claim it is a "chupacabra", I am shutting down this thread. Sciforums does not condone or allow the encouragement of animals to be abused and for sick animals to be treated this way to fulfill the mythical fantasies of people on the internet.
     
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