In the late 1800s, 50 feral pigs were released on a hunting preserve in New Hampshire. The pigs were from Germany’s Black Forest. At the beginning of the 1900s, Russian wild pigs were released in North Carolina preserve, and later in California. Some of these escaped the hunting preserves and have bred with feral descendants of domesticated pigs. Currently there are feral pig and hybrid populations in 23 states, with others perhaps undiscovered.
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