• October 2, 2022

They Looked On The Other Side Of The Zoo Fence, What They Saw Was Out Of This World….

Texas City is asking for help from the public after a local zoo spotted a strange hanging on the fence. The animal was captured on camera outside a Zoo. The image has led to speculation about the chupacabra, the mythical vampire beast, the sucker of the blood of goats

This happened last Wednesday, May 21 in the City of Amarillo around 1:25 am In Amarillo Park, Texas through the news shared, Twitter post, and a Facebook post with the image of the speculated chupacabra.

Amarillo asked the public to identify the said image. As Amarillo’s social media post read “Is it a person with a strange hat who likes to walk at night? A chupacabra? Do you have any ideas of what this UAO- Unidentified Amarillo Object could be?”

Oh well, the people in the online world made fun of this image:

“Clearly a young werewolf…not a big deal,” one person wrote on Facebook.

“Definitely chupacabra, yep,” said another.

“Clearly a Skinwalker phasing between two densities/dimensions and what better place but the Zoo. I mean. Duh: Comment on Twitter

“Clearly a young werewolf…not a big deal,” comment wrote on Facebook.

A chupacabra is a mythical monster rumored to suck blood from livestock. The first reported sightings of this cryptid came from Puerto Rico. In almost all cases of reported chupacabra sightings, the incidents have turned out to be run-ins with coyotes suffering from severe mange.

Michael Kashuba, the director of Amarillo Zoo said:

“We just want to let the Amarillo community have some fun with this. It is important to note that this entity was outside the Amarillo Zoo. There were no signs of attempted entry into the zoo. No animals or individuals were harmed. There were no signs of criminal activity or vandalism.”

“It is a strange and interesting image. Maybe the public can solve the mystery of UAO” He added

As of Friday, the city updated that there were still no solid leads on what the creature might be.

Is this chupacabra or just a person in disguise?

Sources: Dailywire, People, yahoo.entertainment

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