According to Australian Indigenous writer, Tyson Yunkaporta,

“It takes a few generations for pigs to get over it when they escape into the bush.  At first they remain the fat, pink, stupid beasts they were selectively bred to become over centuries of captivity.  But soon they grow black bristles and long tusks, each generation becoming faster, stronger, smarter until the formidable razorback emerges.”

Pigs in farms become bacon.

They are vulnerable and limited in their capacity.

They are massive consumers until they, in turn, are consumed.

But in the wild, they are incredibly dangerous.

Fearsome warriors.

Tough as teak.

Resourceful and resilient, if they want something, good luck stopping them.

Are you stuck in captivity?

Or are you the formidable razorback that you were meant to be?