Wild Boar

About Wild Boar

Wild boars have bristly fur, small ears and powerful legs. They are the ancestors of today’s pigs seen on farms. They feed at night. The males have two pairs of tusks. They use these tusks to fight off attacks from predators. The females give birth to litters of striped piglets. One litter can have up to 10 piglets. Litters are born in nests made of leaves.