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Swimming wild boar gives German beachgoers a scare

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A swimming wild boar surprised sunbathers in Germany after taking a dip in the Baltic Sea before charging through the crowded beach. (Aug. 12)
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SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN, SCHÖNHAGEN, GERMANY — Sun-soakers in northern Germany were left scratching their heads after a wild boar swam inshore from the Baltic Sea. Video of the bizarre incident was shared by Seebad Warnemunde Resort on Facebook on August 9 and shows beachgoers in Schönhagen point...

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