This edition of Animals Anonymous will center on a distinctive family of Wild Pigs, the Peccaries. Native to central and south America, there are three subspecies in the Peccary family we'll be taking a closer look at it.
The Collared Peccary is classified as least concern by the IUCN, and can be found in a wide territory of the tropical and subtropical Americas - from the northern parts of Argentina to the southern states of the USA. Where they occur in mountain ranges or the desert, they can withstand cold to near freezing temperatures, though they also occur in warm climates, making them highly adaptable.
They are highly social animals,
This is my second feature, and probably my last one for a while (since my subscription is due to expire soon).
So here are some spring-themed deviations: