River hog

(Zool.) Any species of African wild hogs of the genus PotamochŒrus. They frequent wet places along the rivers.
The capybara.

See also: River, River

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Polanco -- Lazo and Bolas -- Partridges -- Absence of Trees -- Deer -- Capybara, or River Hog -- Tucutuco -- Molothrus, cuckoo-like habits -- Tyrant- flycatcher -- Mocking-bird -- Carrion Hawks -- Tubes formed by Lightning -- House struck.
Red river hog Mali has given birth to twins, and elsewhere there are four new arrivals - Madagascan tenrecs.
Red river hog Mali has had twins, and elsewhere there are four new arrivals - spiky Madagascan tenrecs.
Following the images of male panda Sunshine getting all too close to a keeper, it has been revealed that several other animals have broken free of their enclosures, including a red panda, a river hog and an ibis.
829 Luck - Leczna - Biskupice from km 22 + 073 to km 40 + 245 on the section Leczna - Biskupice with the exception of the section from km 23 + 886 to km 24 + 178 ( bridge over the river hog in m.
We had a couple of animals yet to shoot in that area; Red River hog and Western roan.
SIR - I was most upset to hear about the Red River Hog piglets at Edinburgh Zoo which were culled as they were "surplus to requirements".
Elsewhere, Pino the Chimpanzee and an African Red River Hog chose the Netherlands.
The infamous 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill dumped 11 million gallons of oil into Prudoe Bay, but the relatively unknown 1995 New River hog waste spill in North Carolina poured 25 million gallons of excrement into the water, killing 14 million fish and closing 364,000 acres of shell fishing beds.
The 10-year-old, 187-pound Red River hog wasted little time in taking up with his pen-mate Nicole, a much taller and heavier bongo - the largest member of the forest antelope family.
The much-publicized 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska dumped 12 million gallons of oil into Prince William Sound, but the relatively unknown 1995 New River hog waste spill in North Carolina poured 25 million gallons of excrement and urine into the water, killing an estimated 10 to 14 million fish and closing 364,000 acres of coastal shellfishing beds.
Others which have fled their quarters include a red river hog, an ibis, a Bateleur eagle, a macaw and a Madagascan teal.