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Common warthog
The common warthog (Phacochoerus africanus) owes its name from the two pairs of callus growth on the male’s jaws. They are in fact bones that strengthen the snout and provide protection against predators and other males. The warthogs’ social organization includes groups of young bachelor males, groups of 4 to 16 females and their cubs and solitary adult males.
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