Wild boars are an invasive species in the Americas and cause problems including out-competing native species for food, destroying the nests of ground-nesting species, killing fawns and young domestic livestock, destroying agricultural crops, eating tree seeds and seedlings, destroying native vegetation and wetlands through wallowing, damaging water quality and coming into violent conflict with humans and pets.
Humans have been hunting boar for millennia, the earliest artistic depictions of such activities dating back to the Upper Paleolithic. The animal was seen as a source of food among the Ancient Greeks, as well as a sporting challenge and source of epic narratives.
Axis - The second cervical vertebrae (C-2). The name axis comes from the Greek word axle because the atlas rotates on the adontoid process of the axis.
The axis is also a very distinctive shaped vertebrae, not likely to be mistaken for any of the others.
This axis vertebrae measures 1 7/8" by 2 1/4 ". Necklace measures 30". Black color chain.
Wild Boar Axis Vertebrae Necklace
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When not in use, keep item in its original packaging. Made from natural animal bones which tend to discolor with time.
To clean: Wash with Dawn and let sit out in the sun.
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