Well, case closed, there you have it folks. The government would never mess up a genetic experiment and let it ‘escape’ in to the wild, and definitely not for real world testing purposes. The experts have done their homework, we can go back to bed safely. Make sure to fall back asleep before Googling “Chupacabra Cedar Park”, or henceforth referred to as ‘what they don’t want you to Google‘. Realistically coyotes with mange must exists in the hundreds in this area sometimes so it is possible, but I have seen coyotes in my part of Canada, at least a few times over the summer, and the coyotes here look like wolves almost, nothing like in this video.
Here’s a snippet from the news source, Your News Now Austin
Erica Hendrix is licensed to Rehabilitate Wildlife for the state. She said the unique photos are most likely another sign of the drought — sick animals wondering close to town, looking for food.
“These are more dog-like. You can see it in their stature,” Hendrix said. “In the pictures that I saw, you could see the red, inflamed skin and the patches of hair. These are definitely not the mythical creatures.”
source video : http://austin.ynn.com/