Sus scrofa (Linnaeus anno 1758) est mammal, species generis Suis et familiae Suidarum, in Europa, Africa boreali, Asia, et insulis Oceani Pacifici inventa. Sus scrofa fera commune aper appellatur; Sus scrofa domestica est subspecies quae vulgo porcus vel simpliciter sus appellatur.
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