Strange Creature Kills 35 Sheep in Mexico
“It had fangs, claws and wings, and moved very quickly.”
That is how one witness described the creature that allegedly killed thirty-five sheep in the early hours of March, 1st, 2012 in the Mexican town of Paracuaro.
Animals killed in the attack showed signs of claw and fang marks, especially near the throat areas.
The attacks were attributed in some circles to the chupacabras, legendary animals yet to be proven to actually exist. The chupacabras have a history of attacking farm animals in the past including an incident in Mexico’s Puebla state in 2010 where in excess of 300 goats were decapitated.
Other animals in the pens, such as cows and horses, were not harmed in the attack.
(Via Huffington Post)