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Posted by Dima M. on January 13, 2002 01:51:34 UTC

Yes, it's a creature that, they say, kills animals, and takes out their internal organs. The ineteresting thing is that animals are found with very CAREFULY removed organs. There isn't a mess that usually happens when some tiger or lion kills an animal. Chupacabrus is a part of Mexican culture, actually, so I, personally, don't have a strong belief in it. They would have already had some strong evidence. But I can believe that extraterrestrials come and get some organs to do experiments. I read that some people claim they have witnessed the act of cows being floated in a spaceship and then thrown down back on the ground. Things like that have happened quite often in southern Colorado and northern New Mexico -- an area where humans had nuclear experiments long time ago. People say that aliens come to check the radiation level, since the organs that are taken out are the specific organs that are used to measure radiation level (you can't just get some random organs and hope to find radiation there. Liver is an organ that shows signs of radiation very well, so it has been taken out most of the times). The question that I have then, is why do they throw the cows back on our planet? Why not just eliminate all the evidence?

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