TEXAS AIN'T HOG HEAVEN ANYMORE!
Globe|January 04, 2021
Shoot-on-sight order as dangerous wild pig population explodes

TEXAS hog hunters are going ape slaughtering dangerous wild boars, who have multiplied “like fire ants” and threaten people, livestock, pets, and crops with their eat-anything antics!

Experts estimate more than three million of the beasts — weighing up to 500 pounds and armed with rows of razor-sharp tusks — are running amuck in the Lone Star State, which has declared war on the porkers.

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