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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This is actually an unknown answer. No one really knows why pigs have curvy tails. It's probably a genetic trait, that has been passed down since the formation of the breed.
Pigs often discipline and fight by biting the tails of other pigs. They will bite the tails of each other to the point that they bleed and that is an opening for disease and infection
They have short tails that are often, but not always, curly. There is no reason they are
Pigs have curly tails due to inter species breeding. A potbellied pig x hog cross will have a curly tail instead of the straight potbelly tail.
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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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