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Did you know Javelinas arent actually pigs Pigs come from the suidae family and Javelinas tayassuidae family The Javelina is also known as the Collared Peccary The name Javelina comes from their Javelin-like Canine teeth Their Enemies include Mountian Lions and Bears But they can defend themselves againest Coyotes and Dogs They have a deverse habitat The Javelina evoleved from the tropic jungles of South American Rainforest They live in the Chihuahu and Sonoran deserts They have only lived in Arizona for about one hundred years They live mainly in south west Arizona but they also live in Texas and New Mexico They arent known to be territorial And out of all of Arizona occupy only thirty-four percent of it Adult Javelinas weigh thirty - five to sixty pounds The male is usually heavier than the female Javelinas that have just been born weigh about one pound They grow until they are about ten months old and have reached adult height They also reach sexual maturaty at this age Peccaries can breed throughout the year Which makes them the only ungrate in the western hemisphere with a year long breeding season The Collared Peccary has a one hundred and fourty five day gestation period Two babies is the number of babies they usually have in a liter Javelinas dont lik their young after birth they roll or tumble them The young follows their mothers around until they are about six weeks old In conclusion Javelinas life usually end by the time they are seven or eight even though theyve lived for twenty four years in captivity but as long as long as flowers fruit berries and the rest of their food supply is around they will be too Peccaries avent lived in Arizona forever And they havent been on this Earth forever but they can be the Earth for along time if you protect it I know I havent said
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