Warthog - Forst Eibenstein

The Warthog is a robust and distinctive wild pig species that inhabits the arid regions of Namibia. It is characterized by its facial warts and large upward-curving tusks. Warthogs have a grayish-brown to black skin and a bristly coat of fur. They are relatively large, reaching a shoulder height of up to 75 centimeters and weighing around 60 to 150 kilograms. Warthogs are omnivores, feeding on roots, tubers, grass, insects, and small animals.