Wild pig

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A wild pig may be:

  • Eurasian wild boar, Sus scrofa
  • Feral pigs, domesticated pigs, Sus scrofa domestica, that have reverted to life as wild animals
  • Wild pigs of the Philippines, several of the genus Sus in the Philippines
    • Sus (genus), a genus including domestic pig, wild boar, and many Southeast Asian wild pig species
      • Suinae, a subfamily which includes Sus, all other existing pig genera, and closely related extinct genera
        • Suidae, the pig family of animals, including the Suinae and more distantly related extinct Old World tribes
          • Suina, a suborder of even-toed mammals, including Suidae and the Tayassuidae, the New World pigs or peccaries