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Topic: Chupacabra sighting in Texas
Message: Posted by: Martin_Ling (Aug 13, 2008 04:00PM)
Message: Posted by: critter (Aug 18, 2008 10:28AM)
I saw a special on the chupacabra. Didn't they find one and classify it as a mutated grey fox?
Message: Posted by: Doug Higley (Aug 18, 2008 10:55AM)
I was at an Aquarium yesterday, I saw a fish I could not identify nor could the attendent...was that a Chupacabra too?
Message: Posted by: gsidhe (Aug 18, 2008 11:41AM)
Yes...Yes it was.

At least it could be if you framed it right.

They were getting too much attention on land, so they spontaniously mutated into an aquatic form?

The reason that we never find Chpacabras is that they spend 90% of their lives as a type of fish?

Fish are larval Cupacabras?

You never know...
Message: Posted by: mota (Aug 18, 2008 12:03PM)
I do have a river chup...Doug sent it to me thinking it was a mer but after talking with some Mexicans around here I discovered it is a river chup.

According to S. David Walker the chupacabra swims at night in the rivers around Mexico city. Occasionally they will come up on land. Still, the larvae stage explains a lot. They just aren't mature yet.
Message: Posted by: gsidhe (Aug 18, 2008 12:15PM)
I knew it !
Message: Posted by: Doug Higley (Aug 18, 2008 01:40PM)
I allowed that my Mer could be a Chupcabra numerous times by hinting (when asked) that there might be such a thing as Chupcabra de los Agua or River Chup??? Since I don't speak Spanish I could get away with all kinds of silly stuff...

what I meant above is that the media has no clue what the legend of the Chup is all about and anything that shows up they report as a Chupacabra. The slightest vetting or resarch should turn up my name asociated with the darn things but they never figure that out...the Press is dead long live the Phantom.
Message: Posted by: gsidhe (Aug 18, 2008 02:45PM)
I knew what you were saying.
Just having fun with aqua-chups...
Better 'n Sea monkeys.
Message: Posted by: abigkahuna/1 (Aug 18, 2008 03:06PM)
Ah....Sea Monkeys!
Message: Posted by: Doug Higley (Aug 18, 2008 04:36PM)
2 headed sea monkeyturtlecabras!
Message: Posted by: Harley Newman (Aug 18, 2008 04:59PM)
I think it's fair to say that every piece of art, has an autobiographical element to it. So, the mature form of the chup, is...Doug? THAT would be scary!
Message: Posted by: abigkahuna/1 (Aug 19, 2008 02:59AM)
Talk about 2 headed seamonkeyturtlecabras, THe boys are all rested and fat and sassy and ready to entertain the masses with new routines they have bee practicing this summer. For the next ten days, Zack and Mack will dazzle the fortunate and amaze the dumbstricken. Or something like that... It must be Oregon State Fair time..
Message: Posted by: Doug Higley (Aug 19, 2008 04:01AM)
That's the most Hawaiian material I've seen since I visited the shirt factory on Oahu.
Message: Posted by: Kondini (Aug 19, 2008 04:01PM)
They are everywhere,,,Hampton Court,Mordon Hall, Windsor, Nibley Hall and Bodmin Moor have all had sightings of Chups in the last month,,,,,True !
Message: Posted by: Doug Higley (Aug 19, 2008 04:27PM)
As THEY are REAL!!!!