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Unlikely family? Cows in Germany adopt a wild boar piglet


A herd of cows in Germany has gained a huge following after adopting a lone wild boar piglet.

Farmer Friedrich Stapel told the dpa news agency that he saw the piglet among the herd in the community of Brevoerde in central Germany about three weeks ago. He had probably lost his group when they crossed a nearby river.

Stapel said that while he knows the great damage wild boars can cause, he is hesitant to chase the animal away, dpa reported Thursday.

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wild boar suckling pig "frida" eats next to a cow on a pasture near the Weser river in the Holzminden district, Germany, on September 29, 2022.

Wild boar pig “Frieda” eats next to a cow on a pasture near the Weser river in Holzminden district, Germany, on September 29, 2022.
(Julian Stratenschulte/dpa via AP)

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The local hunter has been told not to shoot the piglet, nicknamed Frieda, and in winter Stapel plans to put it in the shed with the mother cows.

“Leaving it now would be unfair,” he told dpa.



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