The wild boar is a suid species native to Eurasia and North Africa. Human intervention has spread its distribution further, making this species one of the widest-ranging mammals in the world, as well as the most widely spread member of the family Suidae. Boars have also re-hybridized in recent decades with feral pigs; these boar–pig hybrids have become a serious pest animal in Australia, Canada, United States, and Latin America.
- This specimen exhibits damage; please see photos for details
- Missing two upper incisors
- Skull Length 29.3cm (11.5in)
- Skull Width 15.8cm (6.2in)
- Skull Height 21.6cm (8.5in)