Wild boars live in areas with mild temperatures that offer easy access to water sources and vegetation. Some are found in marshes and swamp lands, while others live in savannas and forests.
Wild boars live in large groups and select their homes based on food availability. They require environments that allow them to "root" with their noses for roots and other vegetation. The males are extremely territorial, so they frequently fight over their dining and mating areas. The wild boar's physical appearance is different depending on where it lives. For example, their coats can be either speckled or solid. If they live in areas with little nutritional values, the females refuse to mate.