The scrofa is a species of small, delicate-looking suine suid, descended from the wild boar, that lives on the rocky karst of the Mediterranean Basin of 5 million AD in the documentary The Future is Wild. It is one of the animals that has appropriately adapted to live in this new landscape.

In the shelter of the grykes, mother cryptiles hide their eggs. They will be safer here than on the open salt plains, but there are dangers nonetheless. Snuggling about in the broad passageways of the grykes is the scrofa, a descendant of the wild boars that once ranged across much of Eurasia, North Africa and the Greater Sunda Islands in the Quaternary. Wild boars were hardy creatures, adaptable to changing conditions and generalized in their feeding habits. They fed largely on grain and roots, but occasionally would kill and eat smaller animals.

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