This Is The Reason Why You Shouldn't Pat The Warthog

A video has landed online these days in which the author has dared far too much.

He saw a warthog in front of him, then waited for it to approach him, and finally tried to pet the wild animal.

The warthog is a wild member of the pig family found in meadows, savannas and forests in sub-Saharan Africa. In the past, it was commonly considered a subspecies of P. aethiopicus, but today this scientific name is limited to the desert warthog of northern Kenya, Somalia, and eastern Ethiopia.

The male has four hard bumps on his head that look like warts. Out of their mouths grow curved hammers, which they use as weapons. These four protrusions on the head cushion blows in male clashes.

Check out a video where we can see the reason why it's not wise to pat a warthog.
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