posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 02:15 PM
Hmmm, looks pretty legit.
If it was in part of a remote forest, chances are nobody has documented these things yet, mainstream at least, though I would be willingly to bet the
natives of the forest would have a idea what they are.
With a tail like that it makes me wonder though an if I didn't know any better, like some massive jungle rat...
I would classify this as a huge "rodent" of some kind, like the Capybara. Funny thing is, the capybara also lives in dense forest. What we got
here is a remote dense forest, prolly an offshoot cousin of some sort.
The chupa theory made hold water, considering that somebody came across one of these things and tried to smuggle it over an it got loose in Puerto
rico...think about it, the chup had a long tail and red eyes. Artist renditions show it having thick hind legs, as if it stops to stand upright for a
Rats have a long tail, red eyes and it too stops and stands up to sniff at the air.
So maybe what we see here is a large unknown jungle rat. Ugh.
But again, its all speculation, just trying to connect a couple of dots here. Chupa has also been described as having quills or spikes an it drinks
the blood of it's prey rather eat them.
Rats eat everything.