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Treasure hunter believes he found chupacabra skull

Joy Wang
July 28, 2017 10:23 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Has a chupacabra been found in New Mexico?

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Legend has it the goat sucker first appeared in Puerto Rico in the 1990s. But this week, Martin Mcosker said he found one just south of Las Vegas, New Mexico.

The avid treasure hunter often spends time searching for something interesting, but when he wasn't looking he stumbled across something he never expected to see.

"I couldn't think of anything else that it could be," he said. "I mean look at the teeth on the thing. They're just … they're huge.”

Could this be the elusive mythical creature, with its sharp fangs and wolflike skull?

"I'm glad the dog didn't find it alive," Mcosker said.

Skeptics will say this isn't real. But for Mcosker, this is the real deal.

"This is what nightmares are made out of,” he said.

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