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The canine Chupacabra

The word "Chupacabra" (translating to "Goat Sucker") refers to several creatures. One, the reptilian Chupacabra, used to be the most famous. This article is about the Chupacabra's canine form, which lives in the same area as the reptilian Chupacabra (Central America). This canine Chupacabra form is now the most famous.

Appearance & DescriptionEdit

This form of the Chupacabra has a basic body shape of a dog, and, like its counterpart, is described as having rows of spines down its back. It has two long fangs, used for draining the blood of its victims.

Theories/Explanations Edit

Popular theories include misinterpreted starving coyotes or starving dogs, and a new species of canine.

The Canine Chupacabra in Popular CultureEdit