Texas residents claim sighting of chupacabra

Updated: Monday, February 3 2014, 11:45 PM EST
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HOUSTON, Texas (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - One Texas community claims that a mysterious animal has been spotted in the area, and some are convinced it's the legendary chupacabra.

Photos snapped last Sunday, near Houston documented the third sighting of the animal in just 11 days.

Local animal control experts say the physical characteristics appear to be a possible combination of several canine species from a coyote to a dingo.

They say the Houston area has a higher number of exotic pet owners.
Texas residents claim sighting of chupacabra
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