A blog for the United States branch of the global Centre for Fortean Zoology
Saturday, 12 April 2014
Experts are stating that the= so-called Ratcliffe Chupacabra was in fact a furless raccoon. Apart from the size and shape of the animal, its forepaws are not those of a canid of the Blue Dog variety, but are of the same kind as those of raccoons. This is the opinion of Dr S. Zeveloff (Weber University). Raccoon expert Deb Welter concurs.