posted on Apr, 3 2014 @ 02:00 PM
I wish the name chupacabra had never been used for these critters. There is clearly some kind of hairless canid running around the south and the
stigma seems to cause any credible inquiry to balk. The lady who has the taxidermy one apparently had it DNA tested and it comes back some kind of
mexican wolf-ish DNA, but not coyote or other known canid. Whatever it is seems to be real, but the last thing Fish and Wildlife want to do is
discover a "rare" new species. It is the same reason they refuse to acknowledge cougar, wolves, and bears in states where they aren't "supposed
to be". That is what happens when science meets politics. Hope this one get some attention.