Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is unable to identify a dead mammal found on a Minnesota road on July 31, 2011. This strange animal is all white with five front paw claws, a long tail, extremely long toenails, and a dark patch of hair on its back. Some residents in the area now believe the legendary chupacabra was discovered (a legendary blood-sucking creature).
While driving on County Road 86, near her home in Alexandria, Lacy Ilse spotted the stark white dead creature.
“We saw something in the middle of the road, and we knew it wasn’t a dog or a cat, because it didn’t have hair. It had a clump of hair and all the rest was just white skin. Its ear was all mis-shaped. To me, it looked half-human,” Ilse reported to a local radio station.
Kevin Kotts, a DNR supervisor stated that the mammal resembles a badger, but its tail is much longer than a badger. He showed photos to other animal experts, but none could identify the species. Presently, they are running DNA tests on the carcass. Whatever species it is, this is one strange animal.