The answer to the What is this animal 2 blogpost is a Babirusa. This animal is very rare, they live only in Indonesia and the Philippine Islands. Here the Babirusa like to stay near mud pits and bodies of water in the rainforest.They are omnivores meaning that they eat plants and meat. A typical Babirusa diet consists of insects, fruit, roots, and other vegetation. The male Babirusa has tusks and can weigh up to two hundred and twenty pounds. Female Babirusa either have small tusks or none at all. The tusks are actually not tusks but teeth that have grown through their skull. A very interesting video that explains this process is listed below: http://science.howstuffworks.com/zoology/28358-fooled-by-nature-babirusa-pig-teeth-video.htm A very strange thing about the Babirusa's teeth is that they will eventualy grow through the skull. This doesn't happen to all male Babirusa, because their teeth break easily during fighting.