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October 09, 2008

Photos: Huge Wild Boar

By David E. Petzal and Phil Bourjaily

These come from Tom McIntyre, who writes for Field & Stream but is not related to Reba. The photo was taken in France or Turkey or one of those places. The swine appears to have fainted. In any event, it is a pile of pork and a heap of ham no matter how you slice it. -- DP

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from David kimble call me 8872581 wrote 5 years 24 weeks ago

nice

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from Al wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

The top picture shows a pig with a fur ridgeline across the back and a bushy coat. The middle picture shows a pig with no ridgeline and a slick coat. What gives?

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from james ti wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

my exwife...just can't take her anywhere!!! it's good to see she's lost a few though.

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from atmiller wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

To clarify I meant that the foliage around the hog does not match the grass around the hunters.

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from Bella wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Forgive my pedantry, Dickgun. I don't doubt that you may have far more experience than I. I was amused to read that pigs and Whales have a common ancestor.As far as my broadheads go I ain't exactly certain what the brand is on mine, they are 4 blade razor heads with this bone piercing point. I got 'em at the waldomart, what can I say...The decent archery shop is 45 miles away.At anyrate I got to my stand about 5:30am (about 1/2 hour too early to see well enough to shoot anything). I encountered only a raccoon although I could hear all kinds of critters gamboling in the bushes. I think I have to do something to get their interest in order to get em to come a little closer. Baiting is right out, which is better the Buck Pee or the Doe estrus oderant. I didn't get a doe tag so I need one with horns. I ain't greedy, a spike buck will do for me, we want the venison.On another note, some here have faulted me for my liberal political views. I want it noted that I do work to preserve our 2nd amendment rights and I also attempt to beguile my liberal friends into getting over their fears of firearms with my Sheutzenfests and I also do my best to teach kids firearms history, safety and marksmanship. I also take my friends to gun shows, I convinced my buddy Lyle to get his first gun. He got hisself a nice 20 gauge Mossberg 500 for a good price. Nice figure in the stock too. He wants to hunt birds and small game. Add one more convert! We took it out and shot it a few times Sunday afternoon on my range, then I gifted him with a cleaning kit and we made it nice and sparkley again. On the 2nd amendment, we are all on the same team, even if we have disagreements on unrelated policy issues. Bella

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from Dr. Ralph wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

First time I saw a wild boar in Catoosa WMA it damn sure reminded me of a Black Bear... it's all in the coat. Not a feral pig for sure, but a thick black furry creature. Cloven hoof is what it is and maybe the clove is the evolution of claws.The truth is bears, dogs and pigs all share a common ancestor. Probably why they all have so much intelligence...

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from dickgun wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Bella,I puposely did not bother to get into the finer details - left it for the imagination. I do know the obvious difference between the two. Fed a whole bunch of hogs as a kid and skinned a whole bunch of big old brown bears as a guide.

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from Clay Cooper wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

There is a joke in Alaska about knowing what kind of bear would get’ya if you climbed a tree. If it climbs up and get’ ya, it’s a black bear. If it knocks it down and gets’ya, it’s a Grizz. Old porky just needs to take one bite out of the tree and its down with you along with it!

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from Jim in Mo. wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Bella,I can attest for the Rage, my stepson shot a doe last week as she stood head-on. Rage/arrow went thru neck, out neck, into spine and fast drop. They may have something.I'm going to start practicing with my son's new bow and see if my shoulders can hold up.

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from Del in KS wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

While this pic may be fake. When I was in HS down in Sumter CO Florida (40 yr ago) a classmate shot a wild hog that went over 500 lb. He was a black and white feral boar.

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from Del in KS wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Bella,I don't know what broadhead you use but today I bagged my 4th deer with the Rage 2 blade mechanical. So far none have made more than 60 yds after being hit. All left bloodtrails Stevy Wonder could follow. Two fell in sight of my stand. The 2 blade makes a huge wound going in and coming out and a deer bleeds out fast. They shoot like field points too. This was my 7th WT with a bow in the last 2.5 seasons.

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from Bella wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Excuse the correction dickgun, but hogs have hooves (of a sort) while bears have claws and toes with pads. Bears are more closely related to canids (dogs) and mustilids (weasles, wolverines). There was a giant bear-dog in the "age of giant mammals" perhaps 20 thousand years ago. Pigs are more closely related to elephants, I think. Both pigs and bears are omnivores but the similarities stop there. I do wonder what they shot that monster with, I don't think they did it the old way...with spears and dogs. That was the sport of nobility in the middle ages, hunting boar on horseback with boar spears and hunting swords. It kinda evens the playing field.Massachusetts archery season starts in the morning, I plan to be up in my treestand with a broadhead ready to go. Wish me luck, I'll need it. Bella

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from Walt Smith wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

holy pork loin!!

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from buckstopper wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Do they sling chitlin's in France?

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from semp wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Where's Ned Beatty and da Banjo guy?

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from Sailorcurt wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

I believe the top picture to be of a different animal than the other two.If you go to the web site, click the "photography" link and then "stalking" you can see these pictures. There are three pictures in a row of this boar, two of which are posted above, then a fourth picture of one of the same people, but with what appears to be a completely different boar.I believe that Mr. Petzal mistakenly thought that the three pictures were of the same boar, but I doubt that it was done with the intention of being misleading.Look closely at the top picture. The animal in that picture is definitely smaller, and has a longer and coarser coat than the the animal in the bottom two. These are not pictures of the same animal in different locations, they are of completely different boars.I downloaded the original photographs, zoomed in and used some tricks in varying white balance, contrast and other parameters that generally help identify a photoshop job. I saw no indications that these pictures are fake.They may very well be posed in such a way to skew perspective to make the animal appear larger, but I do not believe them to be blatantly faked. They are, of course, PR pictures for the guide company so they would, of course, try to make them as dramatic and impactful as possible, but they are not photoshopped as far as I can tell...FWIW

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from im4hunting wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

I call Bullshit!

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from Kerry wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Its Reba McEntire, not McIntire. I know she's my cousin. I'll have my bacon thick sliced please.

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from VaTx Hunter wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Atmiller:The vegitation looks the same in picture 2 and 3. Look at Pic 3 and see the grass at the hogs neck, then look at Pic 2. Same clump of grass at his neck.But Pic 1. Looks like it is laying in a dirt ditch, not anywhere near the same amount of vegitation.

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from atmiller wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

In that middle picture the guy appeats to be 20 feet behind the hog. I'm calling BS on this one.Why is the vegetation around the hog different than the grass around the "hunter"? In every picture.And if it was that huge, why would they be lugging it around to different locations and positions to take these photos?

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from high plains hunter wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

how about on a spit at Obama's next outdoor rally? lots of pork there.

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from atmiller wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

The hand appears to be on the kneeling man's shoulder.

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from Jim in Mo. wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

According to the website is was taken in Turkey. Funny they call their hunts 'tours'. Didn't know those turks were so PC.

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from Evan! wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

"The swine appears to have fainted."hahahahahayrs-Evan!

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from Brian in California wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Nature Tours is a guiding service with locations in both Europe and Turkey. Here is their website with more pictures of this boar and a lot of other game. The boar can be found in the photo gallery under the "Stalking" section.http://www.naturetours.com.tr/nature_eng.html

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from Andrew wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

These photos are doctored to greatly distort it's size. The men are standing @ 10 ft behind the pig and the photographer shot it "flat". The hand it not touching the pig in pic 3- it's behind it. Great hog but it looks to be 7000 lbs easy, not 700. Reminds me of the way our media is packaging Obama.

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from RJ wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

I see the hand in the photo, I am not convinced, but how about the copy on the truck? "Nature Tours" in English? not france for sure.

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from George wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

I see that my ex-wife is no longer alive and well!!!

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from jack wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

David -You're not sure if it was taken in France or Turkey.No guns, so...it must be France!

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from Dr. Ralph wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

How did all these supposedly "wild" hogs get hold of the growth hormones? If you look at the porcine's body and reshape the head you can almost see Barry Bonds...

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from I'm in school right now wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

RJ,notice in the third picture the guy second from the left does in fact have his hand on the boar.Nate

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from RJ wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

the photo does not look real to me. How come you never see any interaction between the people and the critter in these "monsterphotos"? I would like to see they guy with his hand on it,grabbing a tusk,etc. Something to make me believe it is real, it looks like two badly 'photo shopped' images.

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from dickgun wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

It is said that bear and hogs are related - it would not take much imagination to reshape the head a bit on this beast and call it a brown bear.

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from Visitor wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Is that the guy from M.A.S.H?

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from Bobby wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Where's the lipstick?

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from Blue Ox wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

That's a lot of bacon...

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from John from AR wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

I mean WOW, that thing is huge... HUGE.Perhaps they showed it a photo of "Hillary for President" and simply frightened it to death. :-)

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from Texas Hunter wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

I'd hate to be the one that has to gut and skin that pig.

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from The Eds. wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

We just found this report on the beast, which says the boar weighted 335 kilograms (a bit more than 738 pounds).http://babelfish.yahoo.com/translate_url?doit=done&tt=url&intl=1&fr=bf-home&trurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.chassons.com%2Fnews%2Fchassons%2Fmag%2Farchives%2F1205%2Fchass_et.htm&lp=fr_en&btnTrUrl=Translate

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from eyeball wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Del,The pig does looks a lot bigger in the second two shots than on the top one. Would make an awesome string of sausage anyway. I wonder if he was brought down with a 7x57, an 8 x 68S, a 9.3 x 62, or tough, face-to-face diplomacy?

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from Del Gue wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

I'm tired of seeing these creatively posed pictures of huge pigs , deer, fish and whatever.It may be a big pig but how far behind it are the people posed?How about some honest perspective in a shot.Get real.

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from Jim in Mo. wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

I'm not doubting anyone but those pics almost look fake

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from Duck Creek Dick wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

That sucker should be on History Channel's "Monster Quest." Just another reason for you to buy that nice .416 from Cabela's.

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from Emmanuel wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

I nominate that porker to be the official mascot of the recently passed financial bailout plan!

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from David kimble call me 8872581 wrote 5 years 24 weeks ago

nice

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from Al wrote 5 years 26 weeks ago

The top picture shows a pig with a fur ridgeline across the back and a bushy coat. The middle picture shows a pig with no ridgeline and a slick coat. What gives?

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from james ti wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

my exwife...just can't take her anywhere!!! it's good to see she's lost a few though.

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from atmiller wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

To clarify I meant that the foliage around the hog does not match the grass around the hunters.

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from Bella wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Forgive my pedantry, Dickgun. I don't doubt that you may have far more experience than I. I was amused to read that pigs and Whales have a common ancestor.As far as my broadheads go I ain't exactly certain what the brand is on mine, they are 4 blade razor heads with this bone piercing point. I got 'em at the waldomart, what can I say...The decent archery shop is 45 miles away.At anyrate I got to my stand about 5:30am (about 1/2 hour too early to see well enough to shoot anything). I encountered only a raccoon although I could hear all kinds of critters gamboling in the bushes. I think I have to do something to get their interest in order to get em to come a little closer. Baiting is right out, which is better the Buck Pee or the Doe estrus oderant. I didn't get a doe tag so I need one with horns. I ain't greedy, a spike buck will do for me, we want the venison.On another note, some here have faulted me for my liberal political views. I want it noted that I do work to preserve our 2nd amendment rights and I also attempt to beguile my liberal friends into getting over their fears of firearms with my Sheutzenfests and I also do my best to teach kids firearms history, safety and marksmanship. I also take my friends to gun shows, I convinced my buddy Lyle to get his first gun. He got hisself a nice 20 gauge Mossberg 500 for a good price. Nice figure in the stock too. He wants to hunt birds and small game. Add one more convert! We took it out and shot it a few times Sunday afternoon on my range, then I gifted him with a cleaning kit and we made it nice and sparkley again. On the 2nd amendment, we are all on the same team, even if we have disagreements on unrelated policy issues. Bella

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from Dr. Ralph wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

First time I saw a wild boar in Catoosa WMA it damn sure reminded me of a Black Bear... it's all in the coat. Not a feral pig for sure, but a thick black furry creature. Cloven hoof is what it is and maybe the clove is the evolution of claws.The truth is bears, dogs and pigs all share a common ancestor. Probably why they all have so much intelligence...

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from dickgun wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Bella,I puposely did not bother to get into the finer details - left it for the imagination. I do know the obvious difference between the two. Fed a whole bunch of hogs as a kid and skinned a whole bunch of big old brown bears as a guide.

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from Clay Cooper wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

There is a joke in Alaska about knowing what kind of bear would get’ya if you climbed a tree. If it climbs up and get’ ya, it’s a black bear. If it knocks it down and gets’ya, it’s a Grizz. Old porky just needs to take one bite out of the tree and its down with you along with it!

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from Jim in Mo. wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Bella,I can attest for the Rage, my stepson shot a doe last week as she stood head-on. Rage/arrow went thru neck, out neck, into spine and fast drop. They may have something.I'm going to start practicing with my son's new bow and see if my shoulders can hold up.

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from Del in KS wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

While this pic may be fake. When I was in HS down in Sumter CO Florida (40 yr ago) a classmate shot a wild hog that went over 500 lb. He was a black and white feral boar.

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from Del in KS wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Bella,I don't know what broadhead you use but today I bagged my 4th deer with the Rage 2 blade mechanical. So far none have made more than 60 yds after being hit. All left bloodtrails Stevy Wonder could follow. Two fell in sight of my stand. The 2 blade makes a huge wound going in and coming out and a deer bleeds out fast. They shoot like field points too. This was my 7th WT with a bow in the last 2.5 seasons.

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from Bella wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Excuse the correction dickgun, but hogs have hooves (of a sort) while bears have claws and toes with pads. Bears are more closely related to canids (dogs) and mustilids (weasles, wolverines). There was a giant bear-dog in the "age of giant mammals" perhaps 20 thousand years ago. Pigs are more closely related to elephants, I think. Both pigs and bears are omnivores but the similarities stop there. I do wonder what they shot that monster with, I don't think they did it the old way...with spears and dogs. That was the sport of nobility in the middle ages, hunting boar on horseback with boar spears and hunting swords. It kinda evens the playing field.Massachusetts archery season starts in the morning, I plan to be up in my treestand with a broadhead ready to go. Wish me luck, I'll need it. Bella

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from Walt Smith wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

holy pork loin!!

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from buckstopper wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Do they sling chitlin's in France?

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from semp wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Where's Ned Beatty and da Banjo guy?

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from Sailorcurt wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

I believe the top picture to be of a different animal than the other two.If you go to the web site, click the "photography" link and then "stalking" you can see these pictures. There are three pictures in a row of this boar, two of which are posted above, then a fourth picture of one of the same people, but with what appears to be a completely different boar.I believe that Mr. Petzal mistakenly thought that the three pictures were of the same boar, but I doubt that it was done with the intention of being misleading.Look closely at the top picture. The animal in that picture is definitely smaller, and has a longer and coarser coat than the the animal in the bottom two. These are not pictures of the same animal in different locations, they are of completely different boars.I downloaded the original photographs, zoomed in and used some tricks in varying white balance, contrast and other parameters that generally help identify a photoshop job. I saw no indications that these pictures are fake.They may very well be posed in such a way to skew perspective to make the animal appear larger, but I do not believe them to be blatantly faked. They are, of course, PR pictures for the guide company so they would, of course, try to make them as dramatic and impactful as possible, but they are not photoshopped as far as I can tell...FWIW

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from im4hunting wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

I call Bullshit!

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from Kerry wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Its Reba McEntire, not McIntire. I know she's my cousin. I'll have my bacon thick sliced please.

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from VaTx Hunter wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Atmiller:The vegitation looks the same in picture 2 and 3. Look at Pic 3 and see the grass at the hogs neck, then look at Pic 2. Same clump of grass at his neck.But Pic 1. Looks like it is laying in a dirt ditch, not anywhere near the same amount of vegitation.

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from atmiller wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

In that middle picture the guy appeats to be 20 feet behind the hog. I'm calling BS on this one.Why is the vegetation around the hog different than the grass around the "hunter"? In every picture.And if it was that huge, why would they be lugging it around to different locations and positions to take these photos?

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from high plains hunter wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

how about on a spit at Obama's next outdoor rally? lots of pork there.

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from atmiller wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

The hand appears to be on the kneeling man's shoulder.

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from Jim in Mo. wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

According to the website is was taken in Turkey. Funny they call their hunts 'tours'. Didn't know those turks were so PC.

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from Evan! wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

"The swine appears to have fainted."hahahahahayrs-Evan!

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from Brian in California wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Nature Tours is a guiding service with locations in both Europe and Turkey. Here is their website with more pictures of this boar and a lot of other game. The boar can be found in the photo gallery under the "Stalking" section.http://www.naturetours.com.tr/nature_eng.html

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from Andrew wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

These photos are doctored to greatly distort it's size. The men are standing @ 10 ft behind the pig and the photographer shot it "flat". The hand it not touching the pig in pic 3- it's behind it. Great hog but it looks to be 7000 lbs easy, not 700. Reminds me of the way our media is packaging Obama.

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from RJ wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

I see the hand in the photo, I am not convinced, but how about the copy on the truck? "Nature Tours" in English? not france for sure.

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from George wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

I see that my ex-wife is no longer alive and well!!!

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from jack wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

David -You're not sure if it was taken in France or Turkey.No guns, so...it must be France!

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from Dr. Ralph wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

How did all these supposedly "wild" hogs get hold of the growth hormones? If you look at the porcine's body and reshape the head you can almost see Barry Bonds...

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from I'm in school right now wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

RJ,notice in the third picture the guy second from the left does in fact have his hand on the boar.Nate

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from RJ wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

the photo does not look real to me. How come you never see any interaction between the people and the critter in these "monsterphotos"? I would like to see they guy with his hand on it,grabbing a tusk,etc. Something to make me believe it is real, it looks like two badly 'photo shopped' images.

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from dickgun wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

It is said that bear and hogs are related - it would not take much imagination to reshape the head a bit on this beast and call it a brown bear.

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from Visitor wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Is that the guy from M.A.S.H?

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from Bobby wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Where's the lipstick?

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from Blue Ox wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

That's a lot of bacon...

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from John from AR wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

I mean WOW, that thing is huge... HUGE.Perhaps they showed it a photo of "Hillary for President" and simply frightened it to death. :-)

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from Texas Hunter wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

I'd hate to be the one that has to gut and skin that pig.

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from The Eds. wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

We just found this report on the beast, which says the boar weighted 335 kilograms (a bit more than 738 pounds).http://babelfish.yahoo.com/translate_url?doit=done&tt=url&intl=1&fr=bf-home&trurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.chassons.com%2Fnews%2Fchassons%2Fmag%2Farchives%2F1205%2Fchass_et.htm&lp=fr_en&btnTrUrl=Translate

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from eyeball wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

Del,The pig does looks a lot bigger in the second two shots than on the top one. Would make an awesome string of sausage anyway. I wonder if he was brought down with a 7x57, an 8 x 68S, a 9.3 x 62, or tough, face-to-face diplomacy?

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from Del Gue wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

I'm tired of seeing these creatively posed pictures of huge pigs , deer, fish and whatever.It may be a big pig but how far behind it are the people posed?How about some honest perspective in a shot.Get real.

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from Jim in Mo. wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

I'm not doubting anyone but those pics almost look fake

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from Duck Creek Dick wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

That sucker should be on History Channel's "Monster Quest." Just another reason for you to buy that nice .416 from Cabela's.

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from Emmanuel wrote 5 years 27 weeks ago

I nominate that porker to be the official mascot of the recently passed financial bailout plan!

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