Spotted in Kenya: a mama warthog with her piglets. Though their primary defence mechanism is their ability to sprint quickly, mother warthogs are known to be very aggressive when protecting their offspring. They also look after (and even nurse) foster piglets from time to time. This family was spotted in Samburu National Park by our travel designer Joyce Choi. #kenya #safari
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  • jacadatravelSpotted in Kenya: a mama warthog with her piglets. Though their primary defence mechanism is their ability to sprint quickly, mother warthogs are known to be very aggressive when protecting their offspring. They also look after (and even nurse) foster piglets from time to time. This family was spotted in Samburu National Park by our travel designer Joyce Choi. #kenya #safari

  • dcsunflower1956That's awesome :)
  • terridcctI love the piglets' long legs.
  • naturalselectiontravelHow cute are they! Stunning "family" photo
  • sabidavidaSo cute! 😻
  • cmfink@verymissyfinkish
  • the_curious_blondeAwesome!
  • melissadvaleIt's such a basic instinct in every species - it's always fascinating (at least to me) to see that captured in pictures ❤
  • ahmedbajjiGood evening
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