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"It is one ugly creature," Canion said, holding the head of the mammal, which has big ears, large fanged teeth and grayish-blue, mostly hairless skin.
Canion and some of her neighbors discovered the 40-pound bodies of three of the animals over four days in July outside her ranch in Cuero, 80 miles southeast of San Antonio. Canion said she saved the head of the one she found so she can get to get to the bottom of its ancestry through DNA testing and then mount it for posterity.
I suppose this was the image you wanted to post, your link does not work (probably because of the ":").
Originally posted by FalseParadigm
If you ask me, it is nothing but a Xoloitzcuintli, or Mexican Hairless Dog, a couple of them probably got loose. What clinches it for me, is this is a breed with known dentation issues, and they regularly have missing teeth, because something with the gene that causes hairlessness messes with the growth of the teeth, and n fact ALL hairless breeds that have that same hairless gene, (The American Hairless Terrier is the exception and any breed derived from the AHT.) has the same dentation issue.