Image shows marks caused by feral pigs rubbing against trees. The first image shows rub marks on trees, notice how the bark on the side of the near tree has been smoothed by rubbing. In the second image, the corresponding rub marks on the side of a trapped feral pig behind the head are visible. Images taken at Redland Bay, Queensland.
Images courtesy Michael Dickinson, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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|Secondary Author||Michael Dickinson|
|Secondary title||p1010023.jpg, p1010026.jpg|
|Place published||Redland Bay, QLD|
|Institution||Wildlife Spotter/ Catcher|