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Saturday, October 9, 2010
New York, United States
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This Chupacabra (a cryptid native to southern portions of North America and most of Central America) has escaped from the Cryptid Collection and Containment Center (located in Gilbert Lake State Park near Oneonta, New York, U.S.A.)
Mission: ESCAPE! or CAPTURE! (you choose)
ESCAPE! - Help the Chupacabra return home to the southwest of the U.S.A.
CAPTURE! - Return the Chupacabra to its containment unit at the C.C.C.C. (GC2GBV7)
About This Item
CHUPACABRA (The Goat Sucker) - Monstrom Caprimulgus
Monstrom caprimulgus appears to be a primitive offshoot of the canine family. While it usually stands and moves like a hyena, it is capable of sitting and moving on its rear legs in a semi-upright position. The Chupacabra’s paws are more primate-like than a canine’s with large, sharp claws. The eyes of the Chupacabra are capable of seeing in the infrared spectrum and glow red in twilight or darkness. M. caprimulgus is a predator/parasite, subsisting off of the blood of mammals. At least a dozen different toxins have been found in the saliva of the Chupacabra, only a few of which have been identified (an analgesic, a paralytic, and a soporific.) The creature is extremely quiet and capable of short bursts of speeds of up to 30 miles per hour. Due to their speed, stealth, and toxicity, the Chupacabra is extremely difficult to capture alive. The C.C.C.C.’s chupacabra (affectionately called, “Lugosi”) is kept in a sedated, relatively safe state while in the containment unit.
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