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2010-08-07 06:33:02
The chupacabra ( goat sucker in Spanish ) is a bit like the Mexican equivalent of Big Foot. The only people who believe they are real are credulous old women, children, and a few superstitious peasants.
2010-08-07 05:46:51
Cya Peasant, enjoy your weekend :-)
2010-08-07 05:46:08
Yeah, it looks like something like that...intriguing! Recently I´ve watched a program on a weird kind of animal in the Maine woods, which looks like a breed between a dog and a coyote. They´re not exatcly what it is, some people call it 'coydog', some people say it´s some kind of coyote with mange (a kind of skin disease) - when it showed up down here in Brazil, they called it 'chupacabra', cause it used to suck goats dry of blood...have any of you heard of it or seen one? A very poor quality photo of one of these:
2010-08-07 03:36:40
gotta go Cu u all next monday Bok svima, koliko vas ima!
2010-08-07 03:34:18
The Japanese Serow (Capricornis crispus or Naemorhedus crispus) is a goat-antelope found in dense woodland on Honshū, Japan.
2010-08-07 03:31:41
I would rather meet a bear than this animal, kind a scary to me, look like it could bit me, and very fast too.. And probably carry a some king of horns hidden in the pockets!
2010-08-07 03:27:17
This is Tibetan Snow Goat in summer coat. I have seen many times these animal in my many travels hither and yon throughout the Himalayas. A famous cheese of made from the milk of this animal in Bhutan, and of course the milk is quite delicious, especially in tea or coffee.
2010-08-07 03:22:08
hy juju... I'm confused like you... feet of a goat(?) face of a wolf (?) golf? :I
2010-08-07 03:18:53
what´s this? :-o