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Darn, I hate it when a mystery is solved, because that takes all the mystique out of it.:D

Nat Geo ran a program last night on the infamous chupacabra- or at least one of the animals given credit for being a chupacabra- turns out it's probably a cross between a coyote and either a Mexican or Gray wolf.
 

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What are you talking about? A chupacabra is a chupacabra.

Next thing you'll be trying to tell us that Bigfoot is a guy in a Bigfoot suit.
 

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What are you talking about? A chupacabra is a chupacabra.

Next thing you'll be trying to tell us that Bigfoot is a guy in a Bigfoot suit.
If you are addressing my post - viable offspring are produced within a species (one definition of species).
Sorry - responded when I shouldn't.
 

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Hah!:D
Thanks CP- I didn't even notice.:eek: I am a blonde- it comes with the territory.:)
 

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Next thing you'll be trying to tell us that Bigfoot is a guy in a Bigfoot suit.
:D

I heard that vampires really do exist in New Orleans. After visiting a few times, I think it may be true.
 

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Next thing you'll be trying to tell us that Bigfoot is a guy in a Bigfoot suit.
Try going out to East Texas and telling the local folk some rubbish like that. It's a good way to get your butt whooped.
 
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