Why did the wild pig cross the road? To join the 400 before it of course.
Okay, so the amount of swine in this video falls short of that number, but it will leave you guessing as to when the conga line of pigs end. As hunters can readily attest, if you see one pig, there’s likely to be more nearby.
Wild hogs gather in groups called sounders, which can range from 10 to 50 individuals. These large groups of swine can cause significant damage to the environment and is considered by many U.S. states to be an invasive species. In fact, many wildlife departments are encouraging hunters to harvest as many wild pigs as possible in order to control their numbers.
If not, a scene like this may happen to a place near you.
Image courtesy NASA