Yes. Pigs will eat almost anything.
Pigs are omnivores meaning they eat both plant and animal matter. In the wild, their diet is fungi, leaves, roots, bulbs, tubers, fruit, snails, earthworms, small vertebrates, eggs, and carrion.
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
How is a birds digestive system different from a pigs?
Birds have a crop and a gizzard, whereas pigs don't.
Asked in Australia, Animal Farm, Australia Animal Life
Are pigs a threat to Australian animals?
Very much so. Feral pigs in Australia are a huge ecological disaster, as they are omnivores that eat both native plants and native animals, particularly the eggs of birds and reptiles. They have been known to eat the chicks of birds as well. They frequently destroy the habitat of native animals because they trample it and eat the vegetation there. ...