I didn't actually know that chupacabra's have different kinds also. And even though it's not a new news, I was still shocked to hear that a bizarre and malicious-looking animal, found dead on a Minnesota street recently. Here's a proof: Minnesota Chupacabra road kill identified. This has had Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) authorities confused for a long time. Some have believed that the carcass may be that of the famous Chupacabra. However, DNA test Monday proved otherwise.
Some dogs do not have a thick coat of hair, in turn, look "hairless." For example, the Xolo, or Mexican Hairless dog. I only bring this up because death and disease are not the only reasons for an animal to look hairless. Otherwise, I could not agree more.