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What we have here is a warthog that just found his favourite mudhole! It is just one little problem, there is some one staring at him from a stupid car! But that mud-puddle was just too irresistible, so he took a quick dip and ran off...
Mix of forrest and meadowland. They are wide spread in Kruger national park and inhabitants of different types of biomes, as long as there are things to eat... (grass, roots, berries and other fruits, bark, fungi, insects, eggs and carrion) wikipedia
The common name comes from the four large, wart-like protrusions found on the head of the warthog, which serve as a fat reserve and are used for defense when males fight.
Spotted on Sep 14, 2013
Submitted on Sep 16, 2013
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