Claude Griffen, from Gotcha Pest Control in Houston, knows ‘em when he see ‘em.
The mysterious chupacabra sightings plaguing this Texas city, he says, are encounters with weird cross breed pets inspired by television.
Reliable source Disinfo.com reports:
“It was very vicious, very long, longer than a human,” said Claude Griffen from Gotcha Pest control, who was brought into check out the photos. “It was a pretty big animal, very well fed.”
Houston animal control officials said they have heard of people trying to breed dogs that look like so-called direwolves from the TV show Game of Thrones. [Mas…]
The video shows the bright object hovering over Los Almedros II Park in Ciudad Caucel, in the Yucutan.
A putative UFO was recorded on video on 11 February 2014. The videographer adds that it was recorded at 22:00 hours on that day, adding: “I’m not saying it’s a spaceship, but it is an unidentified flying object.” [Mas…]
(PNS reporting from MARICOPA COUNTY) In a breaking development on a story first reported by pocho.com in 2012, packs of wild Chihuahuas have taken over and are terrorizing a small town in Maricopa County, AZ.
The roving bands of pint-sized pooches have residents mortified, primarily because locals are afraid of anything remotely Mexican. Officials agree that the dogs’ bark is worse than their bite, however, there is one factor that has locals up in arms about this mini “ruff-conquista.”
You know those uber-cute salamander-like axolotls who are native to the lake system in and around Mexico City? They’re gone.
The Guardian reports:
Growing up to a foot long (30 cm) and known as the “water monster” or the “Mexican walking fish”, its only natural habitat is the Xochimilco network of lakes and canals, which are suffering from pollution and urban sprawl.
Biologist Armando Tovar Garza, of Mexico’s National Autonomous University, described an attempt last year by researchers to try to net axolotls in the shallow, muddy waters of Xochimilco as “four months of sampling zero axolotls”. [Mas…]