Mysterious and strange animal seen wandering in New Hampshire cemetery

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Mysterious and Strange Animal Seen Wandering in New Hampshire Cemetery

Police in Merrimack, New Hampshire reached out to the public via Facebook to alert them about a strange animal seen wandering in an area graveyard.

Though the authorities noted the creature is likely a coyote, many couldn't resist weighing in with their own theories, notes WBZ.

The overall consensus is that the animal looks a little creepy. According to NECN, one person likened it to a zombie dog, while another suggested it's a chupacabra.

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Guesses of a non-mythical nature include hyena, miniature moose, and mangy red fox.

Regardless of what the animal actually is, wildlife officials advise people to leave it alone, as the creature doesn't appear to be causing any problems.

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