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Female wild boar (Sus scrofa), Alladale, Scotland. The wild boar has experienced a large increase in abundance and distribution since the mid-20th century, due to deliberate and accidental reintroductions, favourable environmental conditions, hunting control, improved food availability and land abandonment. It has increased by 404% since 1960 to a total population of nearly 4 million individuals. Photograph: Peter Cairns/Wild Wonders of Europe

Female wild boar (Sus scrofa), Alladale, Scotland. The wild boar has experienced a large increase in abundance and distribution since the mid-20th century, due to deliberate and accidental reintroductions, favourable environmental conditions, hunting control, improved food availability and land abandonment. It has increased by 404% since 1960 to a total population of nearly 4 million individuals. Photograph: Peter Cairns/Wild Wonders of Europe