Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Fact of the Day: Father Warthogs

Common warthogs are not very territorial but among their groups occupy certain ranges. Females and their young will live in their own groups. While grown male warthogs will typically live alone. 

10 comments:

Elisabeth said...

Cool detail, didn't know it, but then again, I've never even seen this animal so I guess it's no wonder. Thank you for stopping by my blog! :)

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E from Helsinki, Finland
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Pat Hatt said...

Well the male must get a little lovin sometimes lol

Martha said...

The lives of animals can be so interesting.

Blue Grumpster said...

I had no idea. I do sometimes feel like a warthog.

Christine said...

Interesting

Caro * said...

Nice fact :)

Fundy Blue said...

Warthogs are such cool animals. They are not the only mammal species where the males live alone.

stephen Hayes said...

It seems that many male mammals are destined to live alone.

Huggybear said...

Warthogs sure are ugly creatures and are also dangerous.
Their tusks can rip you right open....to be observed
at preferably long range in the wild.
Colin

Kay said...

Poor warthog guy. He must be lonely.