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A case study conducted by the Environmental Department of San Antonio (Region V) has determined that the recent “chupacabra” attacks in the area - which left 19 ducks and 12 geese dead - were the result of feral dogs and not the mythical “sucking goat.”
Observations of the fatal wounds and hair samples taken within the area, as well as analysis of the deceaseds’ bone structure revealed the culprits to be aggressive canines.
Ängel Bastidas, who was responsible for the government report, stated: “(The dogs) would slaughter the animals, lap up the blood, and then leave before humans had a chance to intervene.”