Posted on June 30, 2020 1:09 pm
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It’s mange (and rabies!) season so naturally reports of Chupacabra encounters are on the upswing. A prominent business district in Atlanta is the most recent location of this cryptid being spotted, although those with an eye for nature and less tendency toward hysterics recognized the poor beast as a fox with a skin disorder. Perhaps we are spoiled here in Ontario, but long before anyone shrieks “Chupacabra!” someone else has calmly dialed the Ministry of Natural Resources to report a sick animal. Maybe the summer heat makes people jumpy. So we’re moving over to a state that’s slightly cooler and Taking a Look at Oregon’s Equivalent of the Loch Ness Monster. “Wally” makes its home in Wallowa Lake and, along with the traditional head and neck rising from the water’s depths, the creature has been known to swim between fishing boats just to see what it can see, or quietly bask under water while leisure craft go back and forth over the the lake’s surface. A chill monster is definitely what the world needs now. (CM)

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