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Native to the Horn of Africa, the desert warthog (Phacochoerus aethiopicus) lives in open arid countryside including thin woodland with scattered trees, xerophytic scrubland and sandy plains, but not upland areas. It has a rather flattened head with distinctive facial paired protuberances ("warts") and large curving canine teeth that protrude as tusks. This warthog lives in Africa's southern Sudan and southwestern Ethiopia, in savanna woodland and grasslands. It finds abandoned aardvark holes or natural burrows for homes.
Desert warthog