Wild boar (Sus Scrofa) lives in Eurasia and North Africa. Because of human intervention, wild boar spreads its range further, in many other regions of the world. In Europe, it lives in deciduous and mixed forests, mainly oak and beech trees and near meadows and swamps. It is an omnivore that feeds on roots, tubers, nuts, seeds, leaves, bark, worms, insects, snails, small mammals, bird eggs, lizards, dead animals and more.
Wild boars main predator is the grey wolf. In the Far East, their biggest enemy are tigers.