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[PHOTO] Wild Boars Strutting into Dubrovnik

Wild boars head into Dubrovnik (photo credit: Uzivo sa dubrovackih ulica/Facebook)

Wild boars head into Dubrovnik (photo credit: Uzivo sa dubrovackih ulica/Facebook)

Even the wild boars want to see what all the fuss is about in the popular tourist city of Dubrovnik.

A rare photo of two wild boards on the street heading to into the southern Dalmatian city Dubrovnik was posted today on the Facebook page Uzivo sa dubrovackih ulica.

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Wild boar are common in Croatia and are found throughout the country, but they are not often seen walking into towns.

Dubrovnik (photo credit: Chensiyuan under CC)

Dubrovnik (photo credit: Chensiyuan under CC)

Wild boars in Croatia tend to live in packs mostly around humid forests and can weigh up to even 300 kg.

Wild Boar tend to live in forests in Croatia

Wild Boar tend to live in forests in Croatia

 

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