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Warthogs are wild pigs native to Africa and known for their large, upward curving tusks and wart-like growths on the sides of their heads.
However, seemingly unbeknownst to the warthog, a crocodile is sneaking up behind him slowly.
The crews using the Warthogs can spend weeks at a time out on patrol in the deserts and main river valley of Helmand, and have even come up with their own name for these assignments - combat caravanning.
Warthog vehicle commander Corporal David Toughill, 30, from Carluke, Lanarkshire, said: "Phileas Fogg did it in 80 days using loads of different modes of transport but we've done it in one.
Mehmet Kemal Korkmaz, who works on artificial intelligence, and his team won the competition with their robot, "The Warthog," to leave 57 rival robots from six countries including Japan.
Badger Squadron supported British and Afghanistan forces with Mastiff and Warthog Armoured Vehicles.
Boris is a warthog who lives in Hogg Bay with his parents in a renovated bus.
The troops used new Warthog all-terrain vehicles to navigate the fields around the compound.
She said she's always liked Amphibians So she'd be a Toad or a great big Bullfrog Or an animal who rolls around in mud Like a Hippopotamus or a Warthog.
He believes that business between them has been soured by a toxic, personal agenda which makes him snappy as a menopausal warthog.
Her creations also include a Big Mac, a glazed ham, popcorn, sushi plus spaghetti, a 3D warthog and even a bucket of eyeballs and severed fingers, reports the Sun.
But some African staples--most notably the warthog, zebra, hartebeest, and kudu--had eluded me, and it was that last species that haunted me the most.