The Chupacabra is a blood-sucking creature that feeds off wild animals and livestock. It gets is name from the Spanish words chupar "to suck" and cabra "goat", transalting over to "goat-sucker." The Chupacarbra inhabits parts northern Mexico and southern United States. The first Chupacarbra sighting was recorded in 1901 by a Rancher, named Jose Tapatio Perez, in Tijuana. The Chupacarbra is the only type of its species and can be described as a crossbreed of a wolf, lizard, and vampire. The Chupacarbra can weigh up to 120 lbs and stand to a height of 4ft tall.
The Chupacarbra is nocturnal and avoids contact with humans. During the day the Cupacarbra rest in cool locations, such as caves or burrows. This creature is rarely seen and there has not been a recorded attack on humans as of 2013. The Chupacarbra thirst for blood requires it to attack unsuspicious vulnerable animals such as goats. The Chupacarbra is cunning and agile and typically lives to 100 and 125 years. The small population of Chupacabras is due its natural tendency to reproduce once every 25 years.
The Chupacarbra is a disliked creature because of its blood sucking nature and assocaition with evil. The Chupacarbra is assocaited with mythological tales of demons, dating back to Aztec times. It is rumored that sighting a Chupacarbra will bring bad luck.
Name: Mario Tapia