Just this one small account I read while researching the Chupacabra for a class project waaaay back in the day. They described it as having pleated folds along it's back as well as two sharp tusks/teeth sticking down from it's upper jaw.
Nice one's. Fisrt Chupacabra picture was from some club named "MONSTER", wich had several categories, acording present, and mythical "monster's". Cupacabra was in 6th"True or Not?" among some big name's, like Minotauros, Tyfon, Hydra, Thunderbird, New Jersey's Devil, etc...
I love all of these, the first one is closest to what I always considered "the" Chupacabra, but I love how you mixed it with the "hairless dog" versions for the second, and the rest are all original but still scream "goatsucker." The flea-like look of the fourth is my favorite, but I also like the hopping vampire bat feel of the last!
I've been obsessed and studying the Chupacabra latly so this is amazing! I love it. I pictured the paws and head of two and arm length and body of five. I love how you just didn't stick to one idea and did a lot of variations!
Oh I love the Chupacabra and especially adore your different versions of it! I personally like the first one though after seeing new evidence the second one is more probable. Great job Each Chupacabra on here has it's own look and attitude. Love it ^_^
Haha thank you. I'm a huge Chupacabra fan so I do my best to stay updated on it and what not. Seems the most recent evidence is pointing at a more dog-like species like your little fella there ** pets affectionately ** What a cutie Once again, loving all your Chupacabra
Yeah, the Chupacabra is probably my favorite of the cryptids. The mothman and jersey devil come in a close 2nd though. And yes, sadly the chupacabra is looking less like an alien and more like an emaciated coyote. Oh well, still cool
You're kidding me, right? It seems we have a similar cryptid interest: The Mothman is tied with the Chupacabra as my number one favorites while the Jersey Devil is in 2nd XD Definitely still cool but one just can't help but wonder how the sightings went from bipedal flying/gliding scaled and spiked creature to what can only be described as a coyote with mange. Oh well I love Chupi either way
Nope, no joke! The Loveland Frog and Dover Demon are also favorites of mine. And yeah, that still baffles me too how a flying bat-like creature evolved into a lil ol coyote. I guess such is the nature of cryptozoology and all it's sightings!