Wild Boar (Sus Scrofa Linnaeus)
By Tairen Krause.
Wild Boar were commonly found in India and all throughout Europe, native in Eurasia, but directly came from Southeast Asia.
Boar found in a forest or dense tree growth area, likely in a jungle somewhere in Europe.
Boar's thicker coat taking effect during the winter.
- Many boars are able to adapt to their environment like every other animal.
- They have thick coats that can shed or remain the same depending on the region they reside in.
- Boars are more adaptable to colder regions due to their thick coats.
- Can also live in the jungle, when they shed.
Added an extra picture of a baby wild boar (piglet) because they are some of the cutest animals ever.