While I think it's great that they finally found a possible solution to the mystery, I have to say that I'm a little let down by the video. I was
hoping for some fanged, glowing-eyed, green-scaled, bat-winged monster. This thing just looks like an overgrown gerbil or undersized kangaroo. Oh
well, better a disappointing answer than no answer.
Now, I'm just brainstorming here with "alternate evolution" ideas, a big ol' "what if" thing.
Could the chupacabra actually be a terrestrial / semiterrestrial bat species? A critter like the giant vampire bat from the pleistocene that, once on
an island, simply lost its need to fly? The wings returned to being walking / gripping limbs, it maintained its hemovorous diet, but remained totally
That is not el chupacabra. All I can say is that if you knew, if you felt, if you saw one of these things you would not EVER feel safe alone outside
again. There is no reasonable description to describe besides, you will feel it in your bones and your soul.
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