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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Hul said the victim had gone to the forest behind his village to hunt when he was attacked by the 45-kilogram wild boar.
While no case has yet been detected in Germany's wild boar population, the spread of the disease in eastern Europe is causing immense concern in Germany, whose pork industry has seen huge growth in exports to countries including China.
Another said: "It's so hungry, and the wild boar has the right to live and freedom.
The Wild Boar near Windermere place to work offdelicious lunch
African swine fever is spreading over EU countries at a time when Slovakia is battling the overpopulation of wild boars.
What is normal hunting is, and what's more, wild boar hunting managed to depopulate in connection with the threat of ASF, which is fatal to pigs.
Clive said: "I've met hundreds of wild boar in the woods previously and never been attacked.
The government of Sri Lanka is planning to reduce the population of wild boars and monkeys in the country.
The list includes meat and meat by-products that are endangered, like wild boar, deer, crocodiles or other products that are not classified as animal livestock or food for human consumption.
If you go down to the woods today, you might be in for a really big surprise: wild boar are loose in prairie woods, here in Manitoba, and are growing in number.