What Are the Horns on a Boar Hog?

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A wild boar's tusks are continually growing. The upper tusks can reach a length of up to 9 inches but are often broken off or worn down with use. Lower tusks typically only reach a length of 2 to 3 inches. Both sets of tusks are extremely sharp and
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