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Wild Boar Gallery ScreenSaver     1.6

Author   StrikePill.com
Date   11/26/2012
Size   5743 KB
License   Freeware
Price   US $0.00
Platform   WinXP,WinVista,WinVista x64,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Win2000,WinOth
Installation   Install and Uninstall
aFreeGo Rating   Not Rated
Downloads   28
User Rating   0.00
Min Requirements   Intell or AMD (x64/x86)/Video 64 Mb/15 Mb HDD space/Any DisplayMonitorHDTVPanelPlasmaProjector
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Wild Boar (also wild pig wild pig wild boar) - omnivorous cloven-hoofed mammal from non-ruminants species of pigs Sus part of the biological family Suidae. Which undoubtedly originated from the wild boar (and other closely related species) shorter and more compressed body a thick and tall legs in addition boar''s head is longer and thinner the ears long and sharp and moreover erect sharp fangs developed stronger and sharper: the male they are much more developed than in female. Species includes many subspecies. It is the wild ancestor of the domestic pig an animal with which he freely hybridize. Wild boars are native to most of North and Central Europe Mediterranean (including North Africa the Atlas Mountains) and much of Asia as far south as Indonesia. Populations were artificially introduced in some parts of the world especially in America and Australia. In other countries people have also become established after wild boar escapes from captivity. Bristles except the bottom of the neck and the back of the abdomen forms on the back of something like a mane. Bristles black-and-brown mixed with yellow brownish-gray undercoat thanks to this general coloration gray black and brown snout tail lower legs and hooves - black. Mottled and speckled specimens are rare and they are considered feral descendants of domestic pigs. Body length: 2 m the tail is 25 cm 95 cm shoulder height the weight of an adult boar can reach 150-200 kg. Wild boar is kept in the rich water wetlands like wooded and overgrown with reeds bushes and etc. Older males live mostly alone and join the herds only during mating. Females usually form small herds of 10 - 30 females and calves and young weak males. Estrus is from November to January - between males occur at this time of fierce fighting. Pregnancy lasts about 18 weeks the number of pups (originates normally once a year) 4 - 6. At first they are painted white black and brown and yellow stripes which help mask

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