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How Pygmy Hogs Are Getting a Second Chance at Survival

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How Pygmy Hogs Are Getting a Second Chance at Survival

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At just eight inches tall in northern India, pygmy hogs are the smallest pigs in the world - as well as critically endangered. But breeding programs have given this diminutive animal a real shot at survival.

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Forget what you think you know about pigs. These remarkable animals have talents we're only beginning to understand. See how pigs have conquered nearly every habitat on Earth, thanks to their remarkable senses, intelligence, and adaptability. From the islands of Indonesia to the beaches of the Bahamas to the frozen tundra of Siberia, meet eight-inch pygmy hogs, cheetah-avoiding warthogs, domesticated pigs with super senses, and more.

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