Animal tales – Is there an American version of Nessie the "Loch Ness Monster" swimming in the waters off Alaska? Maybe.
Did a teen boy in Texas drop a Chupacabra with three shots, killing the animal? He thinks he did.
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Discovery News reveals:
"A video from 2009 shows something mysterious moving across the surface of the sea that resembles an Alaskan version of the Loch Ness monster."
Some are claiming that the animal is a "Cadborosaurus," a type of reptile or lizard that got its name from Cadboro Bay, in British Columbia.
They say that what's in the video is a sea serpent that dwells in the North Pacific and possibly other regions.
The video is shown in footage of Discovery's "Alaskan Monster Hunt: Hillstranded" show.
Is that a dead Chupacabra?
CNN reports that Texas teen Carter Pope said he spotted a strange animal as it walked across the field and the mysterious creature 'started shaking.'
The report adds:
"Carter ran to get his dad and his father was amazed by what he saw 200 feet away. Carter grabbed his gun and fired three shots before the possible chupacabra stopped moving.
He and his father collected hair and skin samples from the animal to get tested."
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