wild boar


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wild boar

[′wīld ′bȯr]
(vertebrate zoology)
Sus scrofa. A wild hog with coarse, grizzled hair and enlarged tusks or canines on both jaws. Also known as boar.
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Wild boar are covered by the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976 and a licence is needed to farm them.
However, the prevalence of HEV RNA in wildlife, especially wild boars and deer, has yet to be explored.
Reportedly, the wild boar will be left to the nature.
When it came to the first night's meal, there was only one choice for me - the 10oz smoked wild boar chop.
Liverpool's name would have stemmed from a tidal inlet of the Mersey in Saxon times while Everton would have been a farmstead where people kept pigs or wild boars.
The wild boars will stay with their surrogate mother at the sanctuary for three months, before being released to a wider enclosure.
Wild boar are also extremely destructive, though numbers are mostly confined the south east Wales.
By chance, Greene, a poet and nonfiction author, bought a property that is part of one of the most densely populated wild boar habitats in Europe.
It is more the season to see squirrels at your bird feeder or dogs on leashes, so a report of a wild boar running along Route 2 in Lexington last week caught Alex Hearn's interest.
Home ranges, movements, and habitat use of European wild boar in Tennessee.
29 (ANI): A wild boar entered a village in Uttar Pradesh's Ayodhya district and attacked its residents.