A local farmer has recovered what is believed to possibly be the remains of the legendary Chupacabra in Chile.
The creature known as a blood sucking monster is often described as reptile-like with scaly skin and quills on its back and is said to inhabit Central and South America. The name Chupacabra translates in Spanish to “goat sucker” and is known to attack animals sucking the blood from them. Javier Porhens a goat farmer along with a farm hard found the strange carcass’s on outskirts of Monte Patria in East Chile. One of the more well-known cryptids around the world the cryptid sightings of the goat sucker have been reported for years.
“Chili Chupacabra bones“
The men said at first they thought the remains may have been that of a bat but upon further inspection realized they were definitely something else. The possibly Chupacabra remains were located among some hay bales in the cellar of an old winery. Chupacabra bodies have sparked some fear among local farmers who’s livelihoods is based on goat farming and are worried that there may be attacks on their animals if more of the mysterious creatures inhabit the area. One local farmer also said who knows if it will attack only their animals and not children too.