Indian Wild Boar Pench National Park
Indian Wild Boar Pench National Park. A big male Indian wild boar crosses the track with crest raised. Pench National Park, Madhya Pradesh, India.
Indian Wild Boar Pench National Park : More About Indian Boar:
The Indian wild boar (Sus scrofa cristatus), also known as the Andamanese pig or Moupin pig is a species of wild boar native to the Indian subcontinent and parts of Southern Asia. The Indian wild boar differs aesthetically from European wild boars by its large tufty mane which runs in a crest right along their backs. Wild boar are opportunistic omnivores and will eat anything from nuts, berries and vegetation to carrion, refuse, insects, reptiles. They have even been known to prey on young deer and lambs.
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