Alabama man shoots 820-pound wild hog in his front yard

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Wade Seago told the BBC it had taken three shots from his revolver to kill the boar, which weighed 372kg (820lb).

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Wade ran to the front of the house where his daughter was looking out the window, and he says he "couldn't believe what I was seeing".

Seago told Alabama's al.com that he and his daughter saw the massive animal in their yard after their dog, a schnauzer called Cruiser, began barking.

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"Cruiser had this huge hog confused with all of the barking and movement", Seago said. It was not a good situation, ' Seago said.

He then grabbed his.38-caliber handgun and shot at the hog.

Garcia said she had borrowed the hog from other breeders to breed with her hogs. Police have arrested hunting enthusiasts for transporting hogs across state lines and releasing them into woods in Alabama.

The post read, "Another picture of the hog I killed last night at my house". He was shocked to see it weighed a massive 820 pounds.

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Feral hogs are considered a game animal in Alabama and have no closed season and no bag limits.

The organisation said they can breed quickly, have few predators, and a voracious omnivorous feeding habits.

Alabama sportsmen and land managers are encouraged by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to help control this non-native species. This means that on private land, hunters can legally hunt hogs every day of the year with no harvest restrictions.

Feral pigs cause millions of dollars in damage across a swathe of southern USA states because they damage crops and are believed to infect livestock.

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