Would anyone be interested in the increasing wild pig population across the united states?
At least one state conservation department that I know of says to shoot feral pigs immediately on sight. They are destructive to the natural habitats of many other creatures, and they are not a native species. They carry dozens of diseases to which livestock animals are susceptible.
In states where they are native their population growth should remain in check just as also is done for things like deer.
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