Blogvisitors, meet Hogzilla. Hogzilla, meet the blogvisitors.
National Geographic experts have confirmed the existence of Hogzilla. Word is still out on Sasquatch, however.
They also noted the super swine didn’t quite live up to the 1,000-pound, 12-foot hype generated when Hogzilla was caught on a farm last summer and photographed hanging from a backhoe.
Donning biohazard suits to exhume the behemoth’s smelly remains, the experts estimated Hogzilla was probably only 7 1/2 to 8 feet long, and weighed about 800 pounds. The confirmation came in a documentary aired Sunday night on the National Geographic Channel; it will be rebroadcast Wednesday and Saturday.
“He was an impressive beast. He was definitely a freak of nature,” said documentary producer Nancy Donnelly. She said Hogzilla’s tusks Ã¢â‚¬â€ one measuring nearly 18 inches and the other nearly 16 inches Ã¢â‚¬â€ set a new Safari Club International North American free-range record.
I believe it is unfair to Hogzilla to take his measurements after he’s been in the ground decomposing for 6 months. And another question – why wasn’t he turned into a variety of pork products? He could have fed the entire state of Georgia for two weeks. I suppose we’ll never know the answer to this riveting question. While you ponder that, go visit the rest of the White Trash Wednesday oligopoly.
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