bushpig(redirected from Potamochoerus larvatus)
bush·pigor bush pig (bo͝osh′pĭg′)
1. A wild pig (Potamochoerus larvatus) of central and eastern Africa, having a brownish shaggy coat, a light-colored mane, and tufts of hair on the ears.
2. bush pig The red river hog.
[Translation of Afrikaans bosvark : bos, bush + vark, pig.]
(Animals) a wild pig, Potamochoerus porcus, inhabiting forests in tropical Africa and Madagascar. It is brown or black, with pale markings on the face. Also called: boschvark