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Switzerland Spalea Online
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No one topic about the rather interesting wild boars, warthogs and so on ? Let us start one...

Animal concerned by the first post : warthog...

Beverly Joubert: " Warthogs may not be considered the cutest animals in Africa, but there’s no denying the adorableness of this tiny piglet! Female warthogs usually have litters of two or three babies which they’ll keep under close watch until the piglets are old enough to fend for themselves. While mom grazes on grass or digs for roots and bulbs, this youngster will not stray far – he already knows that the bushveld is bristling with unseen danger and mom is his primary source of protection. When threatened warthogs typically bolt to the nearest burrow, but if forced to fight, those tusks can inflict some serious damage. "


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