Wild Boars in the Forest (Paperback)
In wild boars' native habitats of Eurasia and North Africa, they play important ecological roles. Their activity in the forest creates habitats for other creatures and spreads seeds to other locations, promoting biodiversity. Sadly, as an invasive species in the Americas, they often do more harm than good. This volume examines the ways wild boars affect the environment around them. Through the engaging main text, enhanced with full-color photographs and a detailed graphic organizer, readers learn about these intelligent animals' behavior, habitat, diet, and more.