Wild boar in snow / Sus scrofa


Wild boar in snow / Sus scrofa

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Wildschweine ruhen und schlafen tagsueber im Schnitt 12 Stunden, meist in guter Deckung, zum Beispiel in Brombeerdickichten - (Schwarzwild - Foto Wildschweinueberlaeufer im Schnee) / Wild Boar spend around 12 hours sleeping during the day - (Eurasian Wild Pig - Photo young Wild Boar in snow) / Sus scrofa

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grizzly

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Zoonar/Helge Schulz

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