In the case of the Chupa Cabra I seriously doubt it.. do mainly to the fact that it has been around far too long to be a single generation mutation...
and if it has had spawn like itself then it ceases to be a mutation and earns the title of a new species.
There's simply a lot in the world we don't know about. Take for example the okapi- the zebra, donkey, ant eater giraffe like creature that lives in
the congo. Or the megamouth shark that wasn't discovered until 1976.
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