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Old 08-05-2013, 08:46 PM   #91
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Now what about El cuparcabra (with wrong spelling haha) real or not.
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I have no idea, except for some funny videos I saw of it in YouTube. Haha!
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Old 08-05-2013, 08:54 PM   #93
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I have no idea, except for some funny videos I saw of it in YouTube. Haha!
I'm in the fence about it, they have found serval body's that look the same an give off the same DNA ladder. An there are animals in the wild that feed of blood, like vampire bats an the of pecker bird.
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For future reference it's chupacabra. I don't believe it's real considering I can't find consistent pictures of what one supposedly looks like. Now what about Nessie? I've tried to convince
My mom that its real.
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For future reference it's chupacabra. I don't believe it's real considering I can't find consistent pictures of what one supposedly looks like. Now what about Nessie? I've tried to convince
My mom that its real.
Nessie? What exactly is that?
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Old 08-05-2013, 08:57 PM   #96
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Nessie, maybe, that lake is super deep!

Nessie is the Loch Ness monster
Chupacabra, not likely, it sounds too alien like, too bizarre to be real
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Nessie, maybe, that lake is super deep!

Nessie is the Loch Ness monster
Chupacabra, not likely, it sounds too alien like, too bizarre to be real
I thought they actually proved the Loch Ness wasn't real or in other words, does not exist anymore.
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Nessie, maybe, that lake is super deep!

Nessie is the Loch Ness monster
Chupacabra, not likely, it sounds too alien like, too bizarre to be real
The dog not the alien, lol, it looks like a hairless dog. I think it's likely, though not sure about Nessie cause there not really a REAL pic of it. It's proven that most are fakes
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I thought they actually proved the Loch Ness wasn't real or in other words, does not exist anymore.
Yeah, they ruled out the pleasour and such, there a really cool river monster espiode that brings up a ton of good points
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It could possibly still be around but I doubt it. This whole fictional documentary made me laugh more than think if one was actually still alive. The only reason we watched all of it was because my 11 and 8 year old kids wanted to see the shark.

I think Steve Alten's "Meg" books make me think its possible more than this show did. At least reading those books I had to use my imagination to picture what I was reading. This shark week show (to me anyway) was a bad attempt to make it seem real. I was more entertained by Sharknado than this.

But back to the original question, there's no proof if one is still alive but it doesn't mean it's not out there. I won't believe until I see it.
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