Goats are farmed like pigs. Milk, beef, and wool were produced. Short hooved legs like pigs. These animals can be pets. Wild goats, especially mountain goats, live in hilly areas across America.
Wild pigs are widespread across the U.S. Wild hogs use their tusks to forage and defend themselves from predators. They're bigger and more violent than domestic pigs. In common areas, they can be a pest and cause damage.
Farms grow sheep and pigs for their hides and meat. Unlike pigs, sheep are raised for their wool. They're also raised for meat. Short-legged animals with hooved feet. Sheep are slightly taller.
The boar is a pig-like animal. These creatures live in Australia's outback and the southeastern U.S. Named after a ridge of hair on their back. Adults can weigh 600 lbs. and be 6 ft.
Llamas are another livestock mammal, like pigs. Unlike pigs, llamas are raised for their wool.Long legs, necks, and snouts. Llamas are also domesticated agricultural animals, however they don't resemble pigs.
Multiple countries have tamed donkeys. These stocky animals resemble pigs but grow to be 3 feet tall at the shoulders. Long ears and necks. Donkeys and pigs can easily coexist.
Warthogs are African pigs. Similar to domestic pigs, but darker with projecting tusks. Their hair is coarse. They'll charge predators if threatened. Warthogs consume plants but also birds and reptiles.
Sticky javelinas have little hooves like pigs. Arid and tropical areas are their habitats. In certain places, they're hunted like pigs. Animals from South America and the West.
Boars inhabit Asia, Africa, and Europe. Some of the largest boars, they have huge tusks and varied diets. Like domesticated pigs, they eat fruit, grass, and plants. These boars feed mice and other rodents.