At the Detroit Zoo
Female warthogs Daenerys, Sansa and Cersei, and male Hodor – born in April 2015 – can be seen with their mother Lilith and father Linus in their African Grasslands habitat near the Africa Train Station. Male Tyrion – the smallest of the quintuplets born in 2015, can be found with females Vera and Diane, born in April 2014, in the habitat across from the African Watering Hole. Lilith is the smallest of the adults – which accounts for her lower social status in the group – although she is very protective of her offspring. Linus is the more dominant warthog due to his larger size.
The warthog has a large head, flat face, protruding facial warts and four sharp tusks. It can be shades of gray, brown and black. It has a thick mane that runs down its back and it is sparsely covered by little hairs on its body. It also sports a small tuft of hair at the end of its tail.
A warthog can go without water during Africa's dry season (which can last for several months).
If threatened, a warthog is able to run at speeds over 30 mph.
Female warthogs are quite social when they're young and usually stay in groups of up to 40, which are called sounders.