The mythical creature, dubbed the ‘Goat-Sucker’, has been spotted after allegedly drinking the blood of livestock.
Drone footage appears to show a dark, two-legged creature walking across an open field.
The hunched figure was filmed shortly after several cows, llamas and alpacas were found dead in the area.
The animals’ strange wounds prompted many locals to believe it was the work of ‘Chupacabra’, a mythical creature also known as a ‘Goat-Sucker.’
The demon-like creature drinks the blood of livestock, according to legend.
The dead animals were found near the Bolivian city of Oruro.
Due to the injuries on the animal’s necks, many locals have attributed their deaths to Chupacabra.
Local farmers have reportedly erected fences around their livestock in response to the alleged demonic attack.
It’s unclear if the authorities are looking into the claims that the mythical creature drank the blood of the local livestock.
Last month, a Chupacabra was allegedly responsible for the death of a ram in Mexico.
The dead animal was found in the rural village of Leona Vicario, about 25 miles west of the Mexican resort of Cancún.
The lifeless white ram was found lying on a rock on the ground with wounds to its neck, mouth and eyes.
Despite some residents believing a wild cat could have caused the animal’s death, many attributed it to the Goat-Sucker due to the mysterious bite marks on its neck.
Elvira said: “Jaguarundis usually eat the soft parts, the eyes and the tongue. It may have been that animal or another one acting similar.”
Another local added: “It reminds me of a documentary about the explorers who disappeared and when they were found they were missing eyes and their tongue.”
Abdiel remarked: “In my village, we’ve been told for years that it is a night bird that feeds on the brain mass of animals. In my village, we know it as the Xnuc.”
There have been several alleged sightings of Chupacabra in the Americas since the 1970s, including as far north as Maine in the US and as far south as Chile.
However, all reported sightings have been disregarded as anecdotal and lacking evidence.