Is this pic for real?

P304X4

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I saw this on facebook. I don't remember seeing a pig quite this size before and the rifle looks like it was photo shopped in the pic. I also think I've seen this once before a while back. It may be legit but I'm a bit skeptical.

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"For all of my urban and non-Texas friends... This is a wild hog. It is not photoshopped. They travel in packs called droves. Currently it is estimated that there are 1.5 million in Texas. They can destroy a multi acre farm or yard/pasture overnight digging and rooting. The can kill pets and humans if provoked. Welcome to Texas y'al
 



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Could be photo shop or it could just be the camera angle. You can tell it’s not a full size truck but the width of the truck bed looks really wide. Could just be the angle making it look that way but definitely looks off to me.
 

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I think it's the camera angle. When you compare the hog to the tailgate, it's not so abnormal. I won't call them common, by any means, but we have big hogs like that in the swamps, here in GA.
 

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When a domesticated hog turns wild they can get that big easy. The short round head on a domesticated hog will change it's shape to that of a wild one fairly quickly.
 


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