Warthogs are often perceived as vicious animals that attack and eat prey. Actually, warthogs are herbivores, which means they eat roots, berries, bark, bulbs, grass and plants.
The bumps on a warthog's face are not warts; they are thick patches of skin.
Warthogs live in dens made by aardvarks. They don't fight for the holes, though. Warthogs are generally passive and look for already abandoned dens to make their homes.
Each of our Warthogs is sculpted individually, keeping 7 flip-flops out of our oceans and landfills. Actual design and colors will vary. Not for children under age 3.
Measures approximately 6"H x 3.5"W x 9"L
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