razorback

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razorback

[′rā·zər‚bak]
(geology)
A sharp, narrow ridge.
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Early settlers brought domestic pigs to California in the 1700s, but the feral population traces its wilder roots to the 1920s, when an enterprising soul loosed a bunch of Eurasian wild boar in Monterey County.
We found an average of 5.6 fetuses per pregnant female wild pig in Saskatchewan, comparable to wild pig (5-6 fetuses per female) and Eurasian wild boar (4-5 fetuses per female) litters across their distributions (Taylor et al., 1998; Comer and Mayer, 2009).
Our hogs are either domestics gone wild, or a hybrid mix with Eurasian wild boar. Black is the most common pelage.