Wild Boar Swamps
A swampy area where the wild boar have been isolated at for the most part. The land is covered in grass, and swamp reeds and cattails, and alders, willows, elderberry and highbush blueberry for trees and shrubs. There are areas where the terrain is torn up from them rooting up the ground. The boar are mainly nocturnal, feeding on berries, nuts, vegetation, scavenging on carcasses, and even hunting small animals on occasion. The boar are pretty territorial, and will defend themselves, if threatened, cornered, or if sows have piglets, by using their sharp tusks to gorge others, or even biting. Predators come to hunt here frequently to get an easy meal, by snatching up a piglet, or take down an adult if they're brave enough to handle the consequences of tangle with them. Take extreme caution when entering these lands, or you could possibly not make it out alive yourself.