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(Sept. 2) -- Shepherds in Mexico are up in arms -- or heads, as the case may be -- over a rash of beheadings inflicted on their goats, and many people are blaming the legendary predator known as the chupacabra.
Over the past two months, more than 300 goats owned by shepherds in Mexico's Puebla state have been decapitated by someone, or something, that hasn't yet been tracked down.
the animal is thought to attack livestock, leaving behind puncture wounds after it drains their blood.
Originally posted by Maybe...maybe not
reply to post by dolphinfan
It's filed under "AOL Weird News".
AOL Weird News
That's about where it belongs.
It's probably a story that's been released by a hoaxer or con man such as Maussan or Cohen, or at the very least they will use it with a view to feathering their own nests.
your mindless debunking in terms of some vacuous speculation adds no value to a balanced discussion of the issue that the OP brought here.