The Chupacabra (or Chupacabras) is a creature said to inhabit parts of the Americas. Sightings began in Puerto Rico in the early 1990s, and have since been reported as far north as the Carolinas, and as far south as Chile. Though some argue that the chupacabras may be real creatures, mainstream scientists and experts generally contend that the chupacabra is a mythological creature, or a type of urban legend.
There are many descriptions of Chupacabra. Common to all is the presence of sharp teeth, dorsal spikes, and a taste for goat. Sometimes images show a reptilian creature, sometimes a bigfoot-type creature, and sometimes a dark, shadowy wisp.
- Hypnosis: Some reports claim the Chupacabra's red eyes have the ability to hypnotize and paralyze their prey—leaving the prey animal mentally stunned, allowing the chupacabras to suck the animal's blood at its leisure. Unlike conventional predators, the chupacabras sucks all the animal's blood (and sometimes organs) through a single hole or two holes.
- Verminous Bite: The effect is similar to the bite of the vampire bat, or of certain snakes or spiders that stun their prey with venom.
- Infectious bite: If a human came in contact with its fangs, the victim would also be transformed into a chupacabras.
- Enhanced Strength: A Chupacabra's strength is greater then humans. They can rip flesh and bones with amazing force.
- Genet Swapping : The Chupacabras can copy it's victims abilities.
- Flight: The creatures are capable of gliding long distances.
- They can reproduce without a romantic partner and lay eggs.
- Healing factor creature can heal wounds with no exceptions.
- Sunlight: The Chupacabras would be destroyed if exposed.
- Shotgun: The Chupacabras would die if shot.
- Fire: Fire burns the Chupacabras.
- Acid Venom Bites: This would possibly kill them.