Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Chacoan Peccary

Chacoan Peccary is confined to hot, dry areas. Dominated by low-lying succulents and thorny bushes. The Chacoan peccary has many pig-like features. It is an ungulate with a well-formed rostrum with a tough leathery snout. The bristle-like hair is generally brown to almost gray. A dark stripe runs across the back, and white fur is on the shoulders.

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