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National Geographic Channel Finds Hogzilla in GEORGIA!

ALAPAHA, Ga. – The legend of Hogzilla, the prodigious porker that was supposedly shot on a nearby plantation, will be featured in a spring episode on the National Geographic Channel.

Since rumors of the hog’s existence began spreading in June, newspapers around the world have carried stories on the half-ton beast that supposedly had 9-inch tusks and measured 12 feet long.

Hogzilla has created quite a stir in the hearts of people in Alapaha, a town of 186 people 125 miles south of Macon.

Holyoak said Monday that the National Geographic crew wore respirators while they worked with Hogzilla’s remains.

“It looked like a dead hog,” he said. “It had been in there five months, so it didn’t smell good either.

“They spent a solid week digging him up, measuring and sampling,” Holyoak said. “They don’t want to do a documentary unless it’s 100 percent accurate.”

To find out more about hogs, the news team suggests these fine internet sites.

Hogzilla Information Page
Bush Hogs
Harley-Davidson Hog
How To Cook A Hog
Australian Pig and Hog Hunting Rave (with photos)
The Worlds Smallest Hog
Hog Poetry

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