Original Small Baby Wild Boar Wildlife Clear Crystal Sculpture
Newborn piglets weigh around 600–1,000 grams, lacking underfur and bearing a single milk incisor and canine on each half of the jaw. There is intense competition between the piglets over the most milk-rich nipples, as the best-fed young grow faster and have stronger constitutions. The piglets do not leave the lair for their first week of life. Should the mother be absent, the piglets lie closely pressed to each other. By two weeks of age, the piglets begin accompanying their mother on her journeys. Should danger be detected, the piglets take cover or stand immobile, relying on their camouflage to keep them hidden. The neonatal coat fades after three months, with adult colouration being attained at eight months
Art No 33370
Cast crystal sculpture with engraved and sandblasted motif.
This sculpture of Small Baby Wild Boar is handmade in Sweden and signed on the bottom.
Design Mats Jonasson