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The babirusa, a wild pig from Indonesia

This wild pig from Indonesia has teeth so long that they sometimes sink into its skull. Meet the strange babirusa.

05/30/2020 6:52 AM

53 comments

  • Boomer H.
    09/18/2020 10:51

    You see this alien hog?

  • محمد ف.
    09/09/2020 06:30

    The pirate Barbossa also refer to this babirusa name, hence he is from indo-asia actually

  • Lidia C.
    09/05/2020 18:54

    Butiful

  • Lau Y.
    08/10/2020 19:24

    Wow. Even pigs are becoming endangered species.

  • Solvy L.
    08/09/2020 11:12

    Wow

  • Phillip Z.
    08/02/2020 00:18

    They are prehistoric animals. Its not too hard to put 2 Nd 2 together if you can think for yourself

  • Sjereen M.
    07/26/2020 08:12

    south africa is having the warthog

  • 楊朱
    07/25/2020 07:09

    Rarely encountered, Thanks!

  • Xtrmids I.
    07/16/2020 06:53

    There is another species of wild boar in my country. Called by a different name. This type of pig can drive a vehicle but does not give a signal when exiting or about to enter an intersection.

  • Michele B.
    07/14/2020 01:11

    Seems to me they use the upper tusks as armor, to protect their eyes during a battle.

  • Mohd I.
    07/11/2020 23:41

    Satey babirusa

  • Sergio C.
    07/11/2020 13:15

    hail

  • Ethan M.
    07/10/2020 14:24

    We have to keep this Animals, from extinction, he miggt be the closest to the old pigs before, just saying

  • Dianne L.
    07/09/2020 01:32

    Will decline even faster now

  • Abdul H.
    07/07/2020 04:09

    only male babirusa has long teeth (tusk), female hasn't

  • Henry M.
    07/05/2020 10:42

    Sometime ago in Malaysia mentioned these pigs swim across straits of Malacca (Strait between Sumatra and Malaysia) getting into Malaysia looking for food. Interesting news.

  • Lauren C.
    07/03/2020 06:58

    you

  • Nyox N.
    07/02/2020 15:32

    Meat price Rp 35.000/kg, ☹️☹️

  • Ronald G.
    07/02/2020 12:37

    esta mas bonito que los que te gustan a ti

  • Khaw K.
    07/02/2020 10:40

    a rather strange creature. females resemble the tapir I feel

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