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Wild Hogs

Wild Hogs

Introduced to the Americas by early Spanish explorers, wild hogs were a popular livestock animal for early settlers and spread rapidly throughout the southeastern U.S. Today, they're considered a destructive nuisance by land owners across the South and Midwest regions, and have been transported into northern states largely for hunting purposes.

Wild hogs are highly adaptable, making them capable of living in a variety of climates and conditions. They'll eat almost anything and can reproduce rapidly, another factor leading to their widespread populations. There are few, if any, predators for this species other than man, and hog hunting has been deregulated in states like Texas to the point where you can kill hundreds per day from a helicopter with an AR-15.