Wednesday 06 May, 2015 by Uncle Spike
Category: Wordless Wednesday
| Tags: africa, boar, kenya, photography, POSTADAY, Travel, wild boar, wildlife, wordless wednesday
WILD BOAR! NOT GOOD!
Run those things are dangerous! Also they can destroy a farm in seconds!
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We get them during the hottest months of summer when they come down from the dry pine forests in search of some munchies at night.Ours are 200-300 lb monsters, and yes, they can make a right mess in hours.
wheres his badge, momwithoutpaws always says pigs wear badges 😀
Only farm piggies have that Fred – these are wild!! 🙂
Hakuna Mattata.. 🙂
Not a very happy piggie!(͡◐‿◐͡)
Good God – isn’t that a Wart Hog??
I think I’d be up the bloody nearest tree.
🙂 Ours are three times larger over here
Reminds me of Pigs in India….because in UK, mainly all Pigs are pink 🙂
True enough. Our wild boar are like these too, but three times larger. Spent many a summers night chasing them out of the orchard!
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