The 600-pound giant forest hog is expert at avoiding people, who are increasingly hunting the animal in its African habitat.
At 600 pounds, the giant forest hog may be on average the world’s biggest pig—but it’s also one of the most mysterious.
The bristly black animal with prominent cheeks and sharp tusks likes to avoid people, much to the chagrin of Rafael Reyna-Hurtado, a National Geographic explorer and wildlife ecologist who has been tracking the little-studied species in Uganda.
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