Saturday, May 14, 2011

'Dimples' (Chupacabra?)

Rochester's mystery beast proving to be elusive catch | Democrat and Chronicle |


Readers have been intrigued by the gray, wrinkled, hairless rodent-looking creature.
Since a story on Dimples ran last month, more than 75 people have sent in suggestions on what type of animal it is.
Some suggest it is a capybara, the largest rodent in the world, or a chupacabra, a blood-sucking, dog-like reptile.
Many said it's a hairless nutria — an animal usually found in Louisiana swamplands that is hunted for its fur.
Your guess is as good, or better, than mine. RhinoCat?
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