The strange creature that baffles experts: is it an animal?

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A mysterious animal captured in the Rio Grande Valley, in TexasUNITED STATES OF AMERICA, has left national park experts perplexed who cannot identify him.

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Officials at Texas Parks and Wildlife’s Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State Park turned to social media for help when They posted a photo of the animal strange appearance on the park’s Facebook page.

It’s still no one can know what animal it isalthough obviously all kinds of theories are starting to circulate online, where there is always someone willing to follow the idea.

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The creature, which the park experts described as hairy, short and sturdy with four legswas captured on a park visitor’s camera while walking in the Rio Grande Valley at night.

Texas State Park.  Credit: FacebookTexas State Park. Credit: Facebook

We’re scratching our heads trying to identify this elusive creature. Is it a new species? An escapee from a nearby zoo? Or just a park ranger in disguise?” the message reads.

“Nevertheless, It’s exciting to see such an incredible animal in their natural habitat,” he predicts

Conjectures, some truly crazy, have been pouring in among Facebook users, with hundreds of users commented on the publication.

“If it’s not a bear, then I guess it is He is a park ranger in disguise.!!!” one commenter said while another commented: “Good mouse the size of Texas.”

More conjectures They included a beaver, wolverine, capybara, or otter. Many believed that the mysterious animal was a badger and some even ventured that it was a “pregnant badger”.

The strange capture was taken by a hiker tracking camera.The strange capture was taken by a hiker tracking camera.

After much speculation and debate, park officials have released what they thought it might be.

“Wow, this photo attracted a lot of attention! We agree with most of the comments that Most likely it is an American badger. (not to be confused with the honey badger which lives in Africa and Asia and is said not to care much),” the state park said,

“While American badgers are not commonly seen in the valley (in part due to their nocturnal behavior), this is part of its natural range”.

Again and again they can’t be completely sure which is that animal; and without certainty, the theories continued.

Source: Clarin

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