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'Pigzilla': Giant Wild Boar Filmed Rummaging Near School

By    |   Monday, 12 February 2018 04:47 PM

An enormous wild boar dubbed "Pigzilla" was caught on camera rummaging through a trash bin near a primary school in Hong Kong, and the video is going viral. 

A video of the boar and three smaller ones was posted to Facebook on Feb. 6 by user Tu Dongdong and has garnered more than 5,000 shares and hundreds of comments. 

According to CBS News, parents walking their children to school spotted the boars and were concerned about their proximity, since wild boars have razor sharp teeth that can easily harm someone if they attacked.

Wild boars can be found in the hills of Hong Kong and sometimes come down into the residential areas to rummage for food when it becomes scarce in the wild, CBS News reported. They can weigh as much as 450 pounds. 

Twitter users cracked jokes comparing the boar to other famous pigs and marveled at its size.

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