European Wild Hog

The Razorback (Sus scrofa), also referred to as European boar, Wild boar, or simply Hog, is a species of pig that was first introduced to the Americas in the 16th century. Razorbacks in America and Europe are essentially identical, having descended from the same stock, although the term Razorback is an Americanism and rarely used in Europe, where the animal is generally known as a wild boar.