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1 Pig reproduction
A female pig, which is called a sow, can give birth twice a year to 7 to 12 piglets.
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2 Pigs in the New World
In 1539, the first swine species was brought to the new world by a Spanish Explorer named Hernando DeSoto.
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3 Pig Sizes
The largest hog is called the giant forest hog, it can grow to be 40 inches tall and 300 lbs. The smallest is the small pygmy hog, they only grow to be 1 foot tall and about 13 lbs.
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4 Do Pigs Sweat ?
Pigs have no sweat glands, therefore, they cannot sweat. To cool themselves off they roll around in the mud.
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5 Pigs are Omnivore
Pigs will eat meat and plants. They are omnivores.
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6 Boar's Nipples
Boars, which are male pigs, have two rows of nipples on their body, the same as sows. The boars nipples have no purpose.
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7 Pigs and Rattlesnakes
If farmers have a rattlesnake pit, they will put a pig pen around it to get rid of them. If a rattlesnake were to bite a pig it would not harm them.
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8 How long have pigs been around ?
There is evidence, such as pig statues and bones, that the pig has been around since the sixth or seventh millennia BC in the Middle East.
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9 Pigs are loud
A pig can scream extremely loud when it has been scared. It's scream can reach 115 decibels compared to 113 decibels which is how loud a jet is when it takes off.
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10 Pigs Feet
Pigs feet are delicacies to eat in some regions of the world.
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