Potamochoerus Larvatus


60 to 80 Kgs

130 to 180 Lbs


Sub-Saharan Africa is home to a species of wild pig known as the bushpig. It belongs to the Suidae family, which also contains warthogs, domestic pigs, and other varieties of wild pigs. Bushpigs often have a bristly coat and are reddish-brown or black in appearance. They can erect the unique hairy crest on their backs when threatened or in danger. They are distinguished from other wild pigs by having a shorter snout and sharper tusks for self-defense. In addition to roots, tubers, fruits, and small animals like insects and rodents, bushpigs also eat a variety of other items. These are nocturnal creatures that typically inhabit areas of dense vegetation or forests. They’re well-known