Ok, wikia. I have a theory on the chupacabra. Not the mangy wolf ones, but the tiny spiked bipedal chupacabra. I believe they are actually social creatures, and live in packs of 3-10. This is how so many animals can be mauled In one night. Under the cover of darkness it would be hard to tell how many chupacabra there are in an area, explaining how people only ever see one or two at a time. The packs always have one or two chupacabra watching for threats or danger, almost like meerkats. Then when faced with a threat, the hissing some people hear is a warning to the human to not come closer and to the pack to flee. They travel in packs so the young, weak a nd old can also get food. On the rare occasions when one is shot if it was attacking it may have been defending its young becausecghey thought the person was going to hurt it.
Thanks for reading. What do you think of my theory? Please leave a comment stating what you think!