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Mammals Suidae

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Suidae is the Family of even-toed ungulates that includes Pigs, Bushpigs, Hogs, Warthogs, and Babirusas.

Details included in this category explain classification, distribution, habitats, various species, physical characteristics, breeding, parenting, diet, feeding habits, population status, threats, and conservation.
  • Animal Bytes: Wild Swine (Pigs, Hogs,and Boars)

    San Diego Zoo explores appearance, communication, feeding behavior, statistics, social groups, breeding and development, size, and zoo programs. Contains video, sound clip, and gallery.

  • Animal Diversity Web: Bearded Pig (Sus barbatus)

    Gives locations, biomes, distinguishing characteristics, courtship, gestation, migration and herds, food, and reason for conflicting information.

  • Animal Diversity: Bushpig (Potamochoerus larvatus)

    Contains drawing, classification, changes in range, habitat adaptations, coloring, weight, mating behavior and season, social groups, communication, and diet.

  • Animal Info - Pygmy Hog

    Details scientific and common names, images, species overview, population estimates and trends, history, threats, physical attributes, and behavior.

  • ARKive.org: Pygmy Hog (Porcula salvania)

    Facts include previous name, size, status, description, limited range, habitat type, social organization, foraging, threats, and conservation management group.

  • Bearded Pig (Sus barbatus)

    Images, physical features, breeding, social structure, classification, diet, predators, range, and name derivation from Ultimate Ungulate.

  • Giant Forest Hog (Hylochoerus meinertzhageni)

    From Ultimate Ungulate, teaches taxonomy, physical characteristics, reproduction, activity, sounds, diet, predators, range map, status, and meaning of name.

  • Giant Forest Hog (Hylochoerus meinertzhageni)

    Reports range of subspecies, description, growth and development, groups, activity, feeding habits, and economic importance. From Museum of Zoology at the University of Michigan.

  • Kruger National Park: Bushpig

    Information includes picture gallery, measurements, reproduction, breeding season, behavior, and tracks.

  • Pigs: Suidae

    Family information teaches about locations, variety of diet, size, weight, shape, habitat and home ranges, basic groups, sounds, breeding, predators, and status of different species.

  • Pygmy Hog (Sus salvanius)

    Animal Diversity explores current and previous distribution, differences in appearance, nests, primary food, IUCN status, and action plan.

  • Ultimate Ungulate: Bush Pig (Potamochoerus larvatus)

    Examines photographs, measurements, coat, shape, gestation, movement, groups, diet, classification, predation, distribution, status, and where introduced.

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