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Next in Golfo Dulce, keep your eyes peeled for javelinas, butterflies and hundreds of bird species.
In Arizona Lundgren has even watched wild burros—whose ancestors hail from North Africa—dig water holes that are then used by coyotes, javelinas, bighorn sheep, and plants.
The javelina, a hoofed, pig-like mammal, has wandered north from part of its traditional range in southern Arizona into Grand Canyon National Park.
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Origin and Etymology of javelina
First Known Use: 1822See Words from the same year
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