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A wild boar (Sus scrofa) will make a great addition to your Eurasian taxidermy collection. Also known as wild swine, the common wild pig, or the Eurasian wild pig, the wild boar is native to most regions in Eurasia, and the northernmost parts of North Africa. As of 2005, there are 16 recognized subspecies of wild boar, and they are divided into four regional groups: Western, Indian, Eastern, and Indonesian. Subspecies include: Central European boar, North African boar, Carpathian boar, Indian boar, Central Asian boar, Japanese boar, Anatolian boar, Maremman boar, Mediterranean boar, Northern Chinese boar, Middle Asian boar, Ryukyu boar, Trans-Baikal boar, Formosan boar, Ussuri boar, and Banded pig.
Hunting terminology for the wild boar includes Squeaker (piglets aged 0-10 months), Juvenile, (young boars aged 10-12 months), Pig of the Sounder (two years), Boar of the 4th/5th/6th years (adult boar aged 3-5 years), Old Boar (older adult boar aged 6 years), and lastly, Grand Old Boar (boar aged 7+ years).
About the Wild Boar
While originally native to Eurasia and North Africa, they have been introduced to the United States during the 1500s for the purposes of food and later, for sport hunting. Today, the wild Russian boar is considered an invasive species and has populations throughout the entire states of California, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina, with some populations scattered across counties in many other various states. The wild boar can be aggressive towards humans. More information here about the history of feral swine in the Americas.
Hunting enthusiasts will enjoy adding a Russian boar taxidermy trophy to their collection. In this category, we’ve listed any life size, shoulder mounts, or skulls for the Razorback, Wild Spotted Hog, and Russian boar. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please take a look at our main boar and hog taxidermy category here.
Wild Boar Taxidermy FAQs
How much does it cost to taxidermy a wild boar?
When preparing to get your wild boar turned into a trophy, there are several factors to keep in mind. These include what type of mount you want, the size of the animal, and whether you want to add custom habitat or not. For the most up-to-date pricing, please refer to our price list to know approximately what cost to expect for your wild boar taxidermy.
Are feral hogs and wild boars the same?
Yes, feral hogs, or feral swine, are the same as the species Sus scrofa. They go by many different names, including wild boar, wild hog, Russian boar, Eurasian boar, and razorback. In the United States, feral hogs are considered invasive, and are known to cause damage to agriculture, natural resources, property, and have even attacked pets and humans on occasion, even without being provoked.
What is the difference between a hog and a boar?
A hog can refer to either a very large male or a female (sow) Russian/wild swine. Meanwhile, a boar specifically refers to non-castrated male Russian/wild swine.
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All-Taxidermy is a taxidermy store that specializes in taxidermy services for big game, small game, birds, reptiles, fish, skulls, and pelts. Have questions about our wild boar taxidermy? For specific pricing details, be sure to check out our price list. We have been both local customers in Wrightstown, WI and nationwide customers for decades. Attention to detail and professional work is our top priority. Browse our wild boar mounts here, or contact us to get started on your custom shoulder mount, life size mount, or skull today.