Bab`i·rous'sa Bab`i*rus'sa noun [ French babiroussa , from Malay bābī hog + rūsa deer.] (Zoology) A large hoglike quadruped ( Sus, or Porcus, babirussa ) of the East Indies, sometimes domesticated; the Indian hog. Its upper ...
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• (n.) Alt. of Babirussa
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The babiroussa or babyroussa (in Indonesian meaning hog-stag) is a ferocious wild pig found in Sulawesi. The babiroussa's behaviour differs from typical pigs in various ways. It does not dig holes in the ground in search of roots or worms, but rather feeds on fruit fallen from the trees or larva nesting in fallen tree-trunks. Unlike typical pigs th...
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