Porcavians are a winged cousin to the common pig, found in wooded areas in central Europa. Generally smaller than other porcines, this subspecies is further distinguished by the wing-shaped appendages that grow from its back (because it is incapable of flight, the biological term "wing" does not strictly apply).

Though some have argued that its wings are an adaptation that makes these pigs better suited to life in their habitat, no convincing explanation of porcavian evolution has emerged.

Affectionate and intelligent, they are sometimes kept as pets.

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