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What is the scientific name of Pig ?

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Suidae
Genus
Sus
Ungulates


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Today, Yorkshire pigs are found in nearly every ________ state.

Australian
Indian
German
American


Today, Yorkshire pigs are found in nearly every American state, with highest populations in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Nebraska, and Ohio.

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In the United States, the American Berkshire Association, established in 1875, gives _______ only to pigs.

Milk
Green food
Chicken
Pedigrees


In the United States, the American Berkshire Association, established in 1875, gives pedigrees only to pigs directly imported from established English herds or to those tracing directly back to such imported animals.

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Berkshires are early-maturing pigs well covered with short ________ hair.

White
Black
Brown
Gray


Berkshires are early-maturing pigs well covered with short black hair, often with white hair on their legs, faces, and tips of the tails.

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What is the famous name of the Chester White breed of domestic pig ?

Chester County White
Big Chester County White
Big Chester White
Chester White


The Chester White is a breed of domestic pig which originated in Chester County, Pennsylvania. It was formerly known as the Chester County White.

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What is the class name of Pig?

Mammalia
Theria
Eutheria
Chordata


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How many domesticated pigs alive on the earth ?

around 1 Thousand
around 10 Thousand
around 1 Million
around 1 Billion


With around 1 billion individuals alive at any time, the domesticated pig is one of the most numerous large mammals on the planet.

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Who is the ancestor of the domesticated pig ?

Lion
Cat
Wild Boar
Tiger


The ancestor of the domesticated pig is the wild boar, which is one of the most numerous and widespread large mammals.

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What is the sound name of a large pig ?

Grunt
Squeal
Harsh
Zarth


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What is the average weight of the pig?

50 to 100 kg
50 to 200 kg
50 to 350 kg
50 to 550 kg


Their head and body length ranges from 0.9 to 1.8 m (35 to 71 in) and they can weigh between 50 and 350 kg (110 and 770 lb).

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