Warthog - Stock image

Hoofed Mammal, Warthog, Africa, Animal Hair, Animals In The Wild

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Stock photo ID:522097651
Upload date:November 06, 2014

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The common warthog is a wild member of the pig family and is found in grassland, savanna, and woodland areas in sub-Saharan Africa. The name itself comes from the four large, wart-like protrusions found on its head, which serve as a fat reserve and are used for defense when males fight. It is the only pig species that has adapted to grazing and savanna habitats and its diet is omnivorous, composed of grasses, roots, berries and other fruits, bark, fungi, insects, eggs and carrion. Warthogs are powerful diggers, using both their snouts and feet. While feeding, they often bend their front feet backwards and move around on the wrists which are protected by callouses (as seen here).
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