What is another word for Sus Scrofa?

Pronunciation: [sˈʌs skɹˈə͡ʊfə] (IPA)

Sus scrofa, commonly known as the wild boar, has a range of synonyms depending on the language and region. In English, it is known as the wild pig, although it is not a true pig but rather a separate species. In German, it is called the Wildschwein, while in French it is known as the sanglier. Other synonyms for Sus scrofa in various languages include cinghiale in Italian, javali in Portuguese, and hancornia, sumatra, or babi hutan in Indonesian. These synonyms not only vary linguistically but also highlight the cultural significance of the animal in different regions, where it is hunted, eaten, and mythologized.

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