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El Chupacabra
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Species Chupacabra
First appearance The Kur Stone:Part One (mentioned)


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The Chupacabra is an alien like reptile that sucks the blood of small animals. It was first mentioned in The Kur Stone:Part One.


It's name translates to "Goat-Sucker", after it's first recorded victim. However, it has been also known for attacking pigs, chickens, and cows in addition to their common goat prey. It appeared in the episode Cryptid vs. Cryptid. Fiskerton was wrestling with it and threw it into the crowd. Then it jumped into the screen. Later, Doc opened the door for him, and then the Chupacabra was walking out in the line of cryptids. The Chupacabra was said to originate in Puerto Rico, but then slowly moved into Mexico, and then the southern U.S.A.


T.G.I.S. The Saturdays, Ben Tennyson, and Rook Blonko team up to defeat Argost and Dr. Animo.


In the Cartoon Network game, Code of the Cryptids a Chupacabra mobile wallpaper is available for download, when the player finds all the artifacts on all levels.


Blood: Sucks the blood of goats, chickens, etc. Most small livestock. It also takes some vital organs like the heart. Click here for the sound it supposedly makes when it drinks blood.

Real World Information

First recorded sighting in 1995, but has been seen before. Some records say it has been known for as long as 1960.


  • There is much confusion over the description of the creature. While the alien/gargoyle appearance is mostly recognized, there has also been a rise of dog like Chupacabra sightings in the southern United States. Recent sightings of one that resembles an amalgam of animals are coming from Puerto Rico's El Yunque National Park.

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