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African Warthog Taxidermy Mount - SW5384


Taxidermy for Sale - Warthog

Taxidermy Buying GuideA very nice looking African Warthog taxidermy mount. Nice tusks, showing 7 3/4" of ivory on the right side and 8 1/2" of ivory on the left. Nice coloring throughout the mount, with black details by the eyes. Animal posed in forward facing position with head look straight on. This mount has received our "Excellent" rating for taxidermy craftsmanship quality. A fine piece for the trophy room, or safari decor.
Scientific Name: Phacochoerus africanus
Size: 21" tall x 13 wide x 22" deep.
Weight: 12 lbs.
Wall hanger is attached to mount. Hangs from a single screw
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Information About the Warthog - Phacochoerus africanus

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The warthog is a large, stocky hog in the same family as both wild and domestic pigs, but that is where the similarity ends. The name comes from the “warts” on the side of their heads. The skin is gray with sparse, coarse hair and a long mane down the back of the neck. Warthogs sport tusks that give it a formidable appearance. They use their tusks for defense as well as digging. They are powerful and surprisingly fast, able to run up to 30 mph.


Warthogs are adaptable and found in a variety of habitats. Their diet consists mostly of plants, fruits, and grasses and will also use their snouts to dig for roots and grubs. Warthogs are usually near a water supply, using it for drinking and to wallow in the mud to help in cooling off and protect against insects.

Warthogs live in dens, often usually the burrows of other animals. They typically back in, guarding the entrance with their tusks. They use these dens to raise their young and as protection from predators and the heat.

All of Africa’s large predators prey on warthogs including lions, leopards, and crocodiles.

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