An unknown predator attacked the goats and drank their blood.
The last time reports of attacks on domestic cattle strange predator who is interested in only the blood of animals, not their meat came from Paraguay and Ukraine.
Earlier similar cases were reported around the world, in India, USA, New Zealand, Mexico. Ufologists usually blame it on a mysterious monster bloodsucker Chupacabra, and officials blame stray dogs, wolves and other native predators.
However, as a rule, neither wolves nor dogs don’t behave in the attack on goats or sheep in a similar way.
New news of the attack came from the country of Namibia (southwestern Africa). According to local reports, in the field of Oshikoto in two villages Lutea and Eukanuba were killed 30 goats in different hosts, and the meat remained untouched, but all the blood from carcasses was someone sucked.
From the wounds on the body of the goat was only nibbled the knees and a wound on the face. The rest of the meat was not touched, but drank the blood.
The first attack occurred on the night of January 10, 2019 and then killed 18 goats. The second attack occurred a week and a few more goats were killed in the same way, but some were bitten and survived. Without a doubt, in both cases worked the same predator.
The locals know the habits of local predators, but they have no idea who would do such a thing. Moreover, it is reported that since 2000 such cases in the area was at least several.
There is a problem even with the method of killing goats. It was found that 12 goats got the bites in the face, and so strong that they had broken jaw. But the rest of the goats bit through his knees.
“I had killed 2 goats, and ten were left alive, but the neck was a puncture through which drooled”, – the victim tells Olga, Kamati, – “We were told that these goats will not be able to eat and will have to kill them and the meat to burn. What killed them also tried to attack the neighbor’s dog and someone else said that it was creatures like black dogs”.
According to the local administration, they do not know who the predators could do that.
“From a scientific point of view and according to the nature of the attack on these goats, we can’t find anything like this in nature that we know. Leave a place for research,” says Deputy Director for Northern and Central land Rehabil Archie.