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You think feral pigs are a problem in Wisconsin? Check out this video

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TUCSON (WKOW) -- Because of their destructive nature, Wisconsin wildlife officials continue to urge hunters to keep an eye out for feral pigs.

In fact, the Wisconsin DNR says they may be hunted year-round with no bag limits.

But these troublesome wild animals are not known to be as fast as the beasts that roam the outdoors in Arizona.

WKOW's sister station in Tucson, KVOA, shared this video from a local real estate team.

Though unrelated to escaped Eurasian pigs that have gone feral in parts of the United States, this video of a wild javelina in Tucson. 

The video shows the javelina running at a high speed along an eastside roadway in Tucson and was posted to Facebook on Monday by the Damion Alexander Team's account.

The realtor who posted the video was out showing houses to a client when they noticed the speedy local Tucson wildlife.

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Dan Plutchak

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