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Pig Outline Images, Pictures

Pigs are short, stout farm animal with short legs and a curved tail. They vary in colors from a large pink, brown, or black. Despite their reputation, pigs are not dirty animals. They’re actually quite clean. The pig’s reputation as a filthy animal comes from its habit of rolling in mud to cool off. Here are cute and lovable collection of outline images, pictures of the animal pig for free download.

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The pig is the last of the 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac. The pig is seen to represent, fortune, honesty, happiness and virility.
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Pigs have a tremendous sense of smell. The large round disk of cartilage at the tip of the snout is connected to muscle that gives it extra flexibility and strength for rooting in the ground.
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Pigs are very peaceful animals, rarely showing aggression. The exception, as with many animals, is when a mother (sow) with her young offspring is provoked or threatened.
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Pigs are extraordinarily intelligent. They are curious and insightful animals who are widely accepted as being smarter than young children of at least 3 years of age, dogs, and even some primates.

Pigs do not “eat like pigs” or “pig out.” They prefer to eat slowly and savor their food.

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Pigs appear to have a good sense of direction and have found their way home over great distances.

Pigs communicate constantly with one another

Pigs snuggle close to one another and prefer to sleep nose to nose. They dream, much as humans do. In their natural surroundings, pigs spend hours playing, sunbathing, and exploring.

And when they’re not squealing, they’re talking. Pigs communicate constantly with each other, and more than 20 different vocalisations have been identified; from wooing a mate to saying ‘I’m hungry!”

A pig's squeal can be as loud as 115 decibels – that’s 3 decibels higher than the sound of a supersonic airliner.

Newborn piglets learn to run to their mothers’ voices, and can recognise their own names by the time they’re 2 weeks old.

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