Our first theory was based on the question; "What are some descriptions of the Chupacabra?". Maybe it had the ability to blend in (camouflage) with its habitat/environment. We had to discard this theory because there are a variety of possible answers. The three sources we used to complete this assignment all gave different descriptions, for example one said it was grey, lizard-like, 3 to 4 ft tall (walks upright), and had sharp quills running down its back; another source said that it was large and hairless, with kangaroo like hands and feet. The evidence differs with every witness, so we as viewers and readers cannot believe every detail we read because there are too many "answers".
So why is it important to discuss the goat sucker? The creature began attacking livestock (farm animals), animals that we depend on for food. Without the animals, there is no food on the tables and no money being earned for the farmers. When the creature hit Puerto Rico, it was terrifying but manageable because there were multiple farms that could makeup for the loss. But when the deaths began to hit other countries it got a lot serious. With the Chupacabra spreading this fast within a year it was very crucial to mankind. It was also stressful because nobody knew what was killing livestock. If the Chupacabra got its way and the deaths continued our food chain would have been in need of repair.