Pig: The pig is an omnivorous, ungulate mammal (artiodactyla, i.e., whose limbs end in an even number of fingers), with a thick body, whose head is terminated in a snout, which is domesticated and raised for his flesh.
The pig, whose scientific name is Sus scrofa domesticus (literally a "domestic boar"), is a subspecies of the wild boar (Sus scrofa).
Although it was long affiliated with the wild boar because of their resemblance, the pig does not ...
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