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Butch Lambert
08-15-2008, 07:07 PM
Did you see the Chupacabra video? Watch it and also do a search and let me know your opinion.
Butch

alinwa
08-15-2008, 08:04 PM
I did.

That's one weird looking fox!

al

alinwa
08-16-2008, 01:45 AM
I thought of something tonite Butch....... watching the video the striking thing is the nose profile. This would be easy to rig, OR, what about a local dog with some sort of a muzzle device on? It could be a fighting dog that got loose or something.


dunno, Snopes hasn't picked it up yet. At this point everyone's treating it as a genuine "sighting" of some sort.


The picture of the one that's in somebodies freezer is being treated as a fox with mange. In this case DNA will easily prove/disprove.

If I had to put money on it I'd say NOT the mythical creature, just a weird vid.

Time will tell :)


al

Bill Wynne
08-16-2008, 05:56 PM
I only saw the video once and as I remember it, the dog like animal was running straight down the road. I have never seen a wild animal who would not run for cover through the brush.

Concho Bill, wild animal watcher

Butch Lambert
08-16-2008, 06:20 PM
Bill,
Did you not get a good look at his head when he turned? On our hunting property the deer and coyotes may run the dirt roads or head off the side. No patterns.
Al, we have a bunch of fox in the draw behind the house and they ain't near that big or have a head with that shape. I ain't seen a coyote that was that muscular either.
Butch

Paul Fielder
08-16-2008, 09:53 PM
...the link guys?? I thought only the chupacabra was native to south TX??

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Butch Lambert
08-16-2008, 10:43 PM
Paul, do a search: chupacabra-dewitt county. The sherrif's dept dash board video is there. It was on our Dallas TV news last week.
Butch

alinwa
08-16-2008, 11:27 PM
http://www.sodahead.com/question/132769/

http://guanabee.com/2008/08/forget-montauk-texas-has-video.php

Mr. D
08-17-2008, 04:14 AM
I looks more like a form of wild dog I've seen in nature videos in different parts of the world, but it certainly doesn't look like any coyote I've ever seen!

Bill Wynne
08-17-2008, 07:22 AM
I only saw the video once and as I remember it, the dog like animal was running straight down the road. I have never seen a wild animal who would not run for cover through the brush.

Concho Bill, wild animal watcher

Then again, you might see anything in South Texas if you watch long enough.:)

Concho Bill

Paul Fielder
08-17-2008, 10:36 AM
Then again, you might see anything in South Texas if you watch long enough.:)

Concho Bill

I was sitting in a tri-pod one afternoon and saw two illegals carrying what looked to be a mattress?? They crossed the sendero about 200yds from me & got the glass on them. No water, xtra clothes....just a single size over their heads??

The next morning I walked down to where they had gone in and could only follow tracks for about 15yds it was so thick.....I'm beginning to think the mattress was to soak up all the blood from the south TX prickers taking off all their skin.

THAT one was strange!! I still don't know how they got through that stuff.


Thanks for the linky AL.....mangy hybrid dog / yotee?? They swear the chupacabra is real down this way. In the paper every time some one looses live stock or pet goats.

pf

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Mr. D
08-18-2008, 12:35 AM
I sent the video to my daughter in law who is from El Salvador. (Just so I don't hear any remarks, she is an American citizen.) Anyway, the people down there have no doubt that Chupacabras exist, but they also believe a few things that are based in superstition just like most Americans do! So who knows????:confused:

John Kielly
08-18-2008, 05:26 AM
Butch,

You sure it wasn't a clip of one of the guests at Ellen Degenerate's wedding? :rolleyes:

John

Butch Lambert
08-18-2008, 09:36 AM
You never know do you John.
Butch

Butch Lambert
08-18-2008, 12:08 PM
I have yet to see a coyote or fox or a wolf[when I lived in Alaska] that had a muscular build like this animal or ears like this animal. If you look at the build, it looks like the hind end of a pit bull.
Butch

blunt shooter
08-18-2008, 07:23 PM
A Pit Bull Feral Dog Mates with Coyote= Chupacabra.



Glenn

Nup, dont think so Glenn, still doesn't account for those wierd ears, or the jaw. The roman nose and power + jaw look a lot like the Tasmanian Tiger, which is no mythical creature, but a prehistoric canine hangover with a nocturnal nature. Chupacabra's may also have a nocturnal nature, hence the night goat sucker tag.
When I worked in the central Australian desserts for Schlumberger, I noticed lots of cat tracks in the sand hills, and the hunter in me wanted to know what was going on. I swept clear bare area's on dunes and next morning looked for tracks. Tracks everywhere, lizards, rodents, insects and lots of cats hunting these others. When I would say to work mates about how many cats lived here, they would say ,Bull, I HAVEN'T SEEN ANY !. Cats are like that ,as are lots of creatures. Know the old saying for every one you see there is a dozen you dont. That applies to rats in the barn as well.
Do you all see my point here, if you are sitting around a camp fire sinking tinnies,or inside watching t.v. or asleep in bed, you have very minimal, to zero chance of spotting chupacabra's
Wouldn't it be cool to have a semi tame one to ride in the back of your'e work truck for security. :eek: Never lock the tool box again. :D

Bill Wynne
08-18-2008, 09:23 PM
Wouldn't it be cool to have a semi tame one to ride in the back of your'e work truck for security. :eek: Never lock the tool box again. :D

A man who would think of that is only simi tame himself. :)Your tools would be safe around me.:)

Concho Bill

blunt shooter
08-18-2008, 09:59 PM
But you will have to ask someone else for that wrench. :o

Hands are bitten off :(

Carp
08-18-2008, 10:44 PM
I ain't from Texas but it don't take a rocket scientist to see that this a Javelina! The size of the animal is not known but if you look...it is a PIG! Javelina definately.

Carp

Mr. D
08-19-2008, 03:50 AM
That's what I was trying to think of! A dog with the head of a Javelina?

Javelina? I think I dated her in high school!

Butch Lambert
08-19-2008, 10:47 AM
Carp,
If you think that looks like a javalina, you ain't never seen one. The backbone of a Javalina is in an upward curve and the hind quarters are not muscled and broad like the animal on the video.
Glenn, post a pic of a javalina.
Butch

Mr. D
08-20-2008, 12:53 AM
I still wonder if it isn't just a doctored video using software like Photoshop for videos. All that really is weird is the long Javelina like snout on the dog like animal. :confused:

speedpro
08-20-2008, 01:26 AM
I've had a few date's that had rearends that looked like that, not to mention the smell, :eek: ain't nothin a few shots of of Wild Turkey can't cure. I often wondered what to call it ! hmmm. :D now I confirm they we're 2 legged when the nite began but eventually ended up on all 4's as the nite progressed hmmm :confused: