I came across this scene in Bandhavgarh National Park in 2006. I was very happy to see this as earlier, I had told my driver that I will only photograph a wild boar eating flesh. The driver and the guide were aghast and told me that wildboar doesn't eat meat. I was surprised that these fellows have been going to the forest everyday and don't have an idea about the wild boar habits. Fortunately, two days after we had this conversation, we came across this scene where a tiger had left behind a few bones, intestines and head portion of a cheetal stag (axis axis).
Wild boar (Sus scrofa) also feeds on carrion. They are also known to steal a bite when the tiger has gone to the water leaving behind a fresh kill. I have seen Spotted deer with fawns giving alarm calls when wild boar comes close to them. Ofcourse, I haven't seen a wild boar actually killing a fawn, but it is likely that given a chance they can kill a fawn as well.
Canon EOS 10D, Canon EF 300mm f4 L IS USM, ISO 100, 1/20 sec, f4.
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