What Is the Difference between a Pig and a Swine?

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The difference between pig and swine is that pigs are regarded to be the young of swines therefore an adult pig is a swine. Swine are any omnivorous, even-toed ungulates with characteristic large heads that have long snouts. Examples of swine include wild boars, hogs, domesticated pigs just to mention a few.
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