Can you picture what a pig crossed with a sheep would look like? There’s no need – the Mangalica pig is a living example of such a barnyard blend. It’s actually referred to as “the pig-sheep.” This remarkable porcine and its luscious locks have had a complicated history and a strong come-back.
When you think of pigs your first image will probably be of Babe, Piglet or Peppa Pig. What do all these pigs have in common (apart from that they’re animated)? They’re pink! If you ask any child across the country to draw a pig they’ll more than likely make it pink, but why are pigs pink?
Admit it, there’s something weirdly fascinating about the sex lives of animals. We’ve all witnessed a curious kid asking why a dog in the park looks like it’s glued itself to another dog and is trying to shake itself free. Even when we’re older we may stumble upon some strange animal behavior and wonder “what are they doing?” before realizing, red-faced.
Are you considering adding a teacup pig to your living space? While they might look cute and cuddly, they also have many habitat and health requirements that need to be kept in mind. Below is more information about them and whether or not they make good pets.