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Pigs are intelligent animals and are considered to be one of the most intelligent animals on par with dogs and chimpanzees. 1)

Social animals

Pigs are social animals and form strong bonds with each other. They live in groups called “sounders,” which can include up to 20 pigs. 2)


Pigs are omnivorous, which means they eat both plants and animals. In the wild, they will eat a variety of foods including roots, fruits, insects, and small animals. 3)

Sense of smell

Pigs have an excellent sense of smell and can detect truffles, a type of edible mushroom, buried underground. 4)

Strong memory

Pigs have a strong memory and are able to learn and remember tasks quickly. 5)

Sense of direction

Pigs have a good sense of direction and can find their way back to their home pen from distances up to a mile away. 6)


Pigs are agile and are able to run up to 11 miles per hour. 7)

Thick skin

Pigs have thick skin that provides protection from the sun and from predators. 8)


Pigs communicate with each other through a variety of vocalizations and body language, including grunting, snorting, and squealing. 9)

Used in a variety of ways

Pigs are used in a variety of ways, including as a source of food, in medical research, and in farming. 10)

Clean animals

Pigs are known to be clean animals and will groom themselves and each other regularly. 11)


Pigs are able to adapt to a variety of environments, including both hot and cold climates. 12)

Good sense of hearing

Pigs have a good sense of hearing and can detect low-frequency sounds, such as thunder, from a long distance away. 13)


Pigs are able to swim and are often seen splashing around in the water to cool off. 14)

Curious animals

Pigs are curious animals and are known to enjoy playing and exploring their surroundings. 15)

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