Omnivorous non-ruminant artiodactyl mammal from the Suidae family. Bristles, apart from the lower neck and the back part of the abdomen, form a kind of mane. Bristles are brownish-black with a yellow tint, the undercoat is brownish-gray, so the overall color is gray-black-brown; the muzzle, tail, lower legs and hooves are black. Multicolored and spotted specimens are rare and are considered to be the offspring of domestic pigs that have run wild. Body length reaches 175 cm, the tail is 25 cm and shoulder height is up to 1 m; the weight of an adult male can reach 200 kg. The canine teeth of the male are better developed than those of the female. Male canine teeth can reach over 200 mm. Hunting for males and yearlings, it is forbidden to shoot females.
Types of hunt:
- Individual ambush hunting or stalk hunting; the hunt is held over 1 day, an additional hunt is possible with hunting for prey in several places during the day.
- June – September
- Group hunting for at least 8 hunters; the hunt is held over 1 day, it is possible to organize up to three extra drivings during the day with hunting for prey in every driving.
- October 15 – December 31
- Individual stop-and-stalk hunting or stand hunting; the hunt is held over 1 day, an additional hunt is possible with hunting for prey in several places during the day.
- June 1 – February 28
- Preparation and drive hunting in an enclosure for one hunter or a group of up to six hunters, stand or stop-and-stalk hunting.
- All year round
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