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Below I quote and translate the main part of the article published in MDZ Diario de Mendoza Online on November 6, 2008.
The article mentions a "Chupacabras" corpse that appeared at Valdés Peninsula (42°29'S, 63°54'W). Map of the area Here, where the Peninsula can be seen immediately above Golfo Nuevo.
Several fishermen in the northeastern region of Chubut [province] had reported about attacks from a "Chupacabras", a strante being -some say is like a humanoid- that feeds on the blood of cows, sheep, goats, and even horses; and that -they say- when is very hungry is capable of attacking a human being.
The people are shaken by this finding.
The animal, which seems to be a mutation of a lamb but with feline fur and one unique and enormous eye in its forehead, and with the appearance of a "pup", turned up dead yesterday morning on an estancia [cattle ranch] on the Peninsula. It was found immediately by Roberto Gómez, a neighbor [...] he skinned it to keep it from decomposing and took it to town.
The remains were taken to the laboratory of the Centro Nacional Patagónico (CENPAT) [...] for analysis.
In my opinion it is a malformed lamb or kid. Just a practical joke for the media.
Cyclops (one eyed) sheep are not uncommon and the defect can be caused by a poison contained in certain plants. For instance in the U.S., corn lilies have a substance named cyclopamine that stunts developing lamb embryos causing them to be born with only one eye. 
 Diario Mendoza. Aparece un "monstruo" en Península Valdés. 06.11.2008
 Forbes. Technology. The Curious Case of The One-Eyed Sheep. 28.11.2005
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