A Giant Wild Boar Was Filmed While It Was Searching For Food In A Dumpster

A Giant Wild Boar Was Filmed While It Was Searching For Food In A Dumpster
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The giant wild boar caught on video was standing on two legs, just like a man, and rushed through a garbage dumpster. The event was a real attraction as the moment happened next to a school in Hong Kong, China.

The giant wild boar caught on video gone viral

The video of the giant wild boar has quickly become viral, and in the meantime, the authorities were also alerted. That’s because there was also a school in the area where that wild pig came to search for food

Being at only a few meters away from the children who were going to school, the wild boar could’ve caused many troubles. Luckily, that wasn’t the case here.

Authorities believe that the children could be in danger is the wild boars will come back.

Also, the man who filmed the moment was taking his child to school when he noticed that scene and decided to take action. Moreover, the man’s idea of posting the video on Facebook has been able to stir up waves of reactions from other parents as well.

Even more, the giant wild boar caught on video went viral and it is now on YouTube as well as on other social networks as many people shared and reposted the video. The video counts 4,600 shares and more than 300,000 views.

Wild boars are really dangerous and cause lots of damages

In 2013, a wild boar harmed a 10-year-old boy, stabbing him in the neck, in Australia. As a consequence, the Australian authorities declared wild boars as pest animals and allowed farmers to legally kill wild boars if they find them on their properties.

Wild boars are also causing lots of damages to crops and they frequently destroy fences and water holes.

Also, possessing and releasing a living wild boar back in nature are illegal and anyone caught doing these will be fined with between $2,200 and $22,000.

Now, that the giant wild boar caught on video represented a danger for the kids who were going to school, the community hopes the Hong Kong authorities will take appropriate measures.


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