Warthog Phacochoerus africanus (formerly aethiopicus)

Warthog with tusks
Warthog with blonde highlights
Warthog
The Warthog is a wild pig from much of sub-Saharan Africa; the one shown is the subspecies from the plains of Southern Africa. Warthogs have four fleshy protrusions (lumps or "warts") on the sides of their face. Boars (males) have larger "warts" or lumps to cushion blows when fighting.
Warthog with blonde highlights
Warthog with red highlights
Warthog
Warthogs have two pairs of sharp tusks, the larger upper and the smaller lower sets, both for defence/fighting and digging. They also have a long, shaggy, two-tone mane from crown to rump.
Warthog with tusks
Warthog with red highlights
Warthogs
Like the domestic Gloucester Old Spot Pig, Warthogs will graze grass, supplementing it with fallen fruit, fungi and roots. Sows and piglets/juveniles live in small herds; boars are solitary.
Juvenile Warthog with red highlights
Warthog juvenile
Warthog piglet
Young juveniles (Warthogs are not to be confused with Hogwarts.)