Chupacabra in Minnesota

Another “mystery” creature has been found dead in the road, and some people think it’s the infamous chupacabra! Speculation is running rampant – people are guessing that it’s all kinds of animals – skunk, wolf, dog, raccoon….

It looks like an unidentified animal with 5 toes on each “paw”, long nails, and the body appears to be hairless. It is dead and partially decomposed which makes it all the harder to identify. A wildlife supervisor says it might be a hairless badger, but they say that is just a guess and they are still stumped! Hairless badger or chupacabra in Minnesota? Hard to say. I haven’t heard of too many chupacabras in Minnesota though…most are spotted in southern or warm places like Texas, Mexico, or Puerto Rico.

Watch the video and judge for yourself!


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  1. Some of the people that say it looks like it has the head of a dog are right. Its head does look like a dog. If Wisconsin can have The Beast of Bray Road then Minnesota can have the The Chupacabra of County Road 86.

  1. January 1, 2012

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