Babirusa Animal Pictures

A close-up of a Babirusa in the forest.

A close-up of a Babirusa in the forest.
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A close-up of a Babirusa in the forest.

The Babirusa's name means pig deer after their unusual appearance!

The Babirusa's name means pig deer after their unusual appearance!
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The Babirusa's name means pig deer after their unusual appearance!

Two Babirusa boars facing each other in battle.

Two Babirusa boars facing each other in battle.
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Two Babirusa boars facing each other in battle.

A male Buru babirusa put two forelegs on a stump. Babirusa are notable for the long upper canines in the males.

A male Buru babirusa put two forelegs on a stump. Babirusa are notable for the long upper canines in the males.
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A male Buru babirusa put two forelegs on a stump. Babirusa are notable for the long upper canines in the males.

Babirusa mother with young in a field.

Babirusa mother with young in a field.
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Babirusa mother with young in a field.

Babirusa isolated on white background.

Babirusa isolated on white background.
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Babirusa isolated on white background.

Babirusas have extra layers of fat to better insulate themselves.

Animals That Have Tusks-Babirusa
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Babirusa deer-pigs looking for food on wet soil or mud. The babirusas, also called deer-pigs are a genus, Babyrousa, in the swine family found in Wallacea.

Babirusa close-up