This little boar’s open mouth puts his tusks on display. The mount’s bristly hair is mostly black. The ears are perked and the snout is pointed straight ahead. Due to the small size and the "cauliflower ear" on his left, we have given this mount our rating of Fair. This is a perfect opportunity to pick up a fearsome mount for a hunting or fishing cabin where size is not as important.
About the Wild Hog
Scientific Name: Sus scrofa
The wild boar, also known as the "wild swine", "common wild pig", or simply "wild pig", is a suid native to much of the Palearctic, as well as being introduced in the Nearctic, Neotropic, Oceania, the Caribbean islands, and Southeast Asia.
More recently, the wild boar has been introduced into the southern and Midwestern United States for hunting purposes. Their population has increased rapidly growing to an estimated number of more than six million across the U.S.