Why Do Pigs Have Curly Tails?


Pigs have curly tails because of their natural origin. The tail in curly shape was believed to have been bred by the breeders in China. The wild pigs found in China do have straight tails.
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Only domestic pigs have the familiar curly tail; wild pigs have straight tails. It is believed to be a genetic trait that is passed down. report this answer. Updated on Thursday,
First, not all pigs have curly tails. Just most of them. It's just a simple genetic trait that has been passed down to them over the millennia that we people have been raising them.
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The curly tails that some pigs posses are genetically inherited. Another interesting fact is that pigs do not sweat but roll around in mud to cool their bodies. You can find more information here: http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/197758
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