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Are pigs destructive?

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Pigs can be destructive, but are not always destructive. It depends on the pig. If the pig is usually very calm and collected, it isn't very destructive. If it is usually hyper and angry, it is usually very destructive. It also depends on how tame the pigs are. There are a number of factors that play into this, but pigs can be destructive. Most of the time, they aren't.

Most of the time, no. However, they can get defensive if needed.
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What is a pig?

A pig could be used to describe someone in a derogatory way if they  are selfish or mistreat people. It also is a barn animal, used to  produce meat such as pork, ham, and b

Why did the pig?

Sorry that is one of the weirdest questions i have ever faced :/ Ok, so one of the reasons the pig did is: 1. He took too much alchohol 2. He is a bit loopy.

I am a pig?

yes u are a pig. we are all pigs. you are a ugle yes, ugle, ugle is the new word for ugle, so deal with it, any way we are all ugle pigs. except me ha ha !=p

What is pig out?

its were your really hungry and probally order 1 milion take-aways

What is destructive?

Destructive interference occurs when the amplitudes of two waves combine to produce a wave with a smaller amplitude.

What a pig?

  A big round pink thing with a curly tail that sqeels

What makes wild pigs so destructive?

All pigs, wild or domestic, use their snouts to dig into the soil  for edible roots. Some farmers will keep pigs on a field for a few  months to allow the pigs time to uproo