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Warthog

Warthog ##STADE## - coat 17
Warthogs are found south of the Sahara. They are in the pig family, and can survive in areas without water for several months. They eat grass, roots, berries, and other fruits, depending on what is available. These strong, thick-skinned animals are excellent diggers, thanks to their strong snouts and feet. However, they prefer to use abandoned aardvark burrows instead of digging their own.

Warthogs have poor vision, but an excellent sense of smell. Female warthogs live in groups called sounders, but males only join when it is mating season. When threatened, a warthog's best defense is its ability to sprint—up to 34 milesph!


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Warthog ##STADE## - coat 17

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