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Thought This Was Worth Posting: Australian Wild Pig Drinks 18 Beers, Gets in Fight with Cow

Thought This Was Worth Posting: Australian Wild Pig Drinks 18 Beers, Gets in Fight with Cow

By James A. Foley Sep 14, 2013 01:05 PM EDT

A feral pig ransacked a campsite and drank at least 18 cans cans of beer before getting into an altercation with a cow in Australia.

The incident, which happened in a remote area of Western Australia at the DeGray River rest area, prompted officials to warn campers to keep their food and alcohol secure.

The wild pig was seen around the campsite for several days last week, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) reported, citing officials who said the animal got into multiple six-packs of beer over the course of a few days.

Read more: http://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/3981/20130914/austra...

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That was awesome, thanks for posting. And people say that animals don't initiate violence except to eat.

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I'd Rather Here About Reports Like This Then About Obama


Are you kidding?

I'm just as tired of hearing about that damned Chris Christy just as much as I am anyone else!

The shocking ingredients in beer

Humans at least can be more discerning about the brands of beer they consume to avoid GMOs and other harmful ingredients.



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When I was in theUS I used to be amazed at how a few small ants would cause an upset. In Africa we have ANTS; and amethod for controlling them.

We put out a saucer of brandy closer to their origin point and a saucer of sugar a littel further from it.

They drink the brandy and then stone each other to death with the sugar.

That' s a lot of


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Can They Swim This Far?

I'm in California, so do you think it could swim the Pacific?

Thanks for the warning.

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