It is difficult to determine how wild the wild boar is as in many parts of the world it has lived close to domestic pigs (pigs) and received cubs. Originally, the wild boar originated from the domestic pig. The wild boar's food consists mostly of vegetables, but they are omnivorous. There are divided opinions on whether wild boars are pests or beneficial animals. In the hunt for food, they dig into the ground with their snouts - an advantage for forestry but a disadvantage for agriculture. They can also intrude on ordinary villa gardens.
How to avoid them:
- As wild boars live in the forest and are nocturnal, it is unlikely that you will encounter them in residential areas.
Suitable treatments: hire protection hunters in case of problems.