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    Hi all… I have a trail cam and get several visits a night. Last night I got a backend view of a hog vigourously shaking its tail. When it moved off there was no poo or urine.. which I expected. So, anybody know of any reason why a hog should stand and shake its tail for no apparent reson?

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    Nic

    Hi MarkUK

    It’s very difficult to tell exactly what you mean from a short description. Is there any chance you can get the video on here. If it’s already somehwere else on the internet, you can just add a link. Otherwise you could get it added to Hedgehog Street YouTube https://www.hedgehogstreet.org/hedgehog-streets-on-youtube/

    Once it’s on YouTube you should be able to add the link here.

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    It was right at the edge of the video so could not see if there was any other intereaction.. the back inch and the tail. Stood there for about 5 or 6 seconds with the tail sticking out at right angles about an inch and vigourously wagging from side to side in a good sweep. As I said, there was no evidence of urine or poo which is what I expected. I have been watching my hogs for about 5 years and have at least 5 visits a night to my feeding station and have never seen anything like before.

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