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Wild boars: This is how the forest dwellers live


"I am a wild boar and belong to the order of the ungulates!" - Image: Shutterstock / Neil Burton

Wild boars are ungulates and mostly live together in groups or families. What else is there to know about this animal? You can find out in our picture gallery! "I am a wild boar and belong to the order of the ungulates!" - Image: Shutterstock / Neil Burton "So, we're still looking for our feed. Goodbye!" - Image: Shutterstock / Vetapi Wild boars live in groups or families, male animals are also traveling as loners - Image: Shutterstock / Jan Miko Wild boars are omnivores and look for food on the ground - Image: Shutterstock / Silviu Matei For example, they look for worms, snails and mushrooms - Image: Shutterstock / Alan Lucas But aquatic plants are also on the menu of these animals - Image: Shutterstock / Volodymyr Burdiak The young animals leave the nest at an early stage, of course with their mother animal as a protector - Image: Shutterstock / Zorandim If the young animals are in danger, they can then be defended by their mother - Image: Shutterstock / Neil Burton Wild boars actually spend most of the day resting - Image: Shutterstock / Bildagentur Zoonar GmbH But when danger threatens, these animals can also run quickly - Image: Shutterstock / Eduard Kyslynskyy

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