28. CHUPACABRA Beast, Mutant, Urban Legend
A very recent urban legend, this monster was first reported in 1995 in Puerto Rico; sightings then spread like wildfire throughout Latin America and Spanish-speaking communities in the United States. It's name ("goat-sucker") comes from its habit of attacking farm animals, draining them of blood and then disappearing into the night. After a time, the reports began taking on a more sinister tone, implying that humans were now on the menu... They are described as being roughly bipedal creatures about 3' tall, with leathery skin, fangs and claws, a row of spines down the back, pointed ears, glowing red eyes, and a long proboscis-like tongue. I would ideally have the figure squatting over a dead goat, with it's bright red tongue attached to the goat's neck as if in the act of feeding.
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