182 comments

Elisa F
Elisa F2 months ago

Thanks for sharing :)

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Siyus Copetallus
Siyus Cabout a year ago

Thank you for sharing.

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Janis K.
Janis Kabout a year ago

Thanks for sharing

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Helga Ganguly
Helga G1 years ago

You do realize how large boars get to be? And that they can be very destructive left to themselves in environmenments they are not native to? You see them now,tiny and cute,the size of my full grown dog. In Northern California, where I lived,they were allowed to run wild with no natural predators and had to be captured by the police on my daughter's elementary school yard. If you've never seen a full grown one, they are not only huge,they are formidable and natural predators are the grey wolf and tigers and the Komodo dragon! Yikes. Game of Thrones-if you remember-the father of the Baratheons, Rob,was gored and ultimately killed by a boar. Hunting them was not for sissies. I had the distinct displeasure of watching what a boar could do to landscaping overnight.Our development had 1500 houses and every yard was fenced with iron as soon as the foundation went in. But the front yard was vulnerable. A boar could pick up row upon row of sod in one night,looking for grubs. Then the HOA left 6' baited cages nearby to catch the beasts. They only rarely worked. Every baby is cute. Think beyond the "ooh and ahh" level.

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Jim Ven
Jim Ven1 years ago

thanks for the article.

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Nina S.
Nina S1 years ago

tyfs

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RICKY SLOAN
RICKY SLOAN1 years ago

GREAT,THANK YOU!!

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Holly Potthoff
Holly Potthoff1 years ago

To Diane Wayne---I would imagine there would be some attempt to reintroduce them into the wild. The other alternative is an animal sanctuary. Thankfully, more and more sanctuaries are now available, which is an encouraging sign.

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Diane Pease
Diane P1 years ago

They are so adorable! Love the different personalities.

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William C.
William C1 years ago

Thanks.

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