Strange hairless animal not the infamous chupacabra

08/29/2013 | Discovery

A dog-like animal with bluish, hairless skin that killed a Texas rancher's chickens was not a chupacabra, according to DNA tests. It was actually a hybrid of a coyote and a Mexican wolf, and the unusual skin was likely the result of a sarcoptic mange infection.

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