What Is a Female Boar Called?

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A boar is a wild predecessor of the domestic pig and the female is referred to as a sow. Boars are of the species Sus and are native to some parts of Europe and Asia. These animals are also referred to a wild hogs.
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A female Pig is called a sow.
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