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Photo Gallery: L.A. Zoo celebrates Lunar Year of the Pig with various hogs from around the world
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Photo Gallery: L.A. Zoo celebrates Lunar Year of the Pig with various hogs from around the world

Photo Gallery: L.A. Zoo celebrates Lunar Year of the Pig with various hogs from around the world
Los Angeles Zoo is celebrating the Lunar Year of the Pig by displaying different species of pigs native to countries around the world, like the babirusa, which translates to “pig deer,” native to swamps in the rain forests of Indonesia, running around on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019. The zoo also has the Vietnamese pot-bellied pigs, Visayan warty pigs, found on two islands in the central Philippines, and from across west and central Africa, red river hogs. (Raul Roa / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: L.A. Zoo celebrates Lunar Year of the Pig with various hogs from around the world
Los Angeles Zoo is celebrating the Lunar Year of the Pig by displaying different species of pigs native to countries around the world, like these Vietnamese pot-bellied pigs named Petunia, left, and Pua, right, on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019. The zoo also has the Babirusa, The babirusa, which translates to “pig deer,” native to swamps in the rain forests of Indonesia, the Visayan warty pigs, found on two islands in the central Philippines, and from across west and central Africa, the red river hog. (Raul Roa / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: L.A. Zoo celebrates Lunar Year of the Pig with various hogs from around the world
Los Angeles Zoo is celebrating the Lunar Year of the Pig by displaying different species of pigs native to countries around the world, like this Vietnamese pot-bellied pig named Pua, on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019. The zoo also has the Babirusa, The babirusa, which translates to “pig deer,” native to swamps in the rain forests of Indonesia, the Visayan warty pigs, found on two islands in the central Philippines, and from across west and central Africa, the red river hog. (Raul Roa / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: L.A. Zoo celebrates Lunar Year of the Pig with various hogs from around the world
Los Angeles Zoo is celebrating the Lunar Year of the Pig by displaying different species of pigs native to countries around the world, like this male babirusa, which translates to “pig deer,” native to swamps in the rain forests of Indonesia, on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019. The zoo also has the Vietnamese pot-bellied pigs, Visayan warty pigs, found on two islands in the central Philippines, and from across west and central Africa, red river hogs. (Raul Roa / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: L.A. Zoo celebrates Lunar Year of the Pig with various hogs from around the world
Los Angeles Zoo is celebrating the Lunar Year of the Pig by displaying different species of pigs native to countries around the world, like this Vietnamese pot-bellied pig named Petunia, on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019. The zoo also has the Babirusa, The babirusa, which translates to “pig deer,” native to swamps in the rain forests of Indonesia, the Visayan warty pigs, found on two islands in the central Philippines, and from across west and central Africa, the red river hog. (Raul Roa / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: L.A. Zoo celebrates Lunar Year of the Pig with various hogs from around the world
Los Angeles Zoo is celebrating the Lunar Year of the Pig by displaying different species of pigs native to countries around the world, like the babirusa, which translates to “pig deer,” native to swamps in the rain forests of Indonesia, on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019. The zoo also has the Vietnamese pot-bellied pigs, Visayan warty pigs, found on two islands in the central Philippines, and from across west and central Africa, red river hogs. (Raul Roa / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: L.A. Zoo celebrates Lunar Year of the Pig with various hogs from around the world
Los Angeles Zoo is celebrating the Lunar Year of the Pig by displaying different species of pigs native to countries around the world, like this male babirusa, which translates to “pig deer,” native to swamps in the rain forests of Indonesia, on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019. The zoo also has the Vietnamese pot-bellied pigs, Visayan warty pigs, found on two islands in the central Philippines, and from across west and central Africa, red river hogs. (Raul Roa / Staff Photographer)
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