Hoghogs are Warthogs from two stories. They are involved into scrawny animals with the basic need to survive.
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Hoghogs are omnivorous swines that are closely related to Pigs, Boars, Hogs, and Warthogs.
Hoghogs are durable animals. Males weigh 20-60 pounds more than females, but both are distinguished by their disproportionately large heads and "warts" which are protective pads on both sides of the head. The Hoghog's tusks are unusual.
The two upper ones emerge from sides of the snout to form a semicircle; the lower tusks at the base of the uppers are worn to a sharp cutting edge. Prick-like bristles cover the Hoghog's body, although longer bristles form a mane from the top of the head down to the spine in the middle of the back. The long tail ends with a tuft of bristles. The Hoghog characteristically carries its tail upright when it runs.
The Lion King's Monti and Baampu
The Lion King's Monti and Baampu: Once Upon a Monti
In this alternate spin-off series, Hoghogs were first seen when Monti rescues Baampu. They are created by Tumbaa, but he rejects them because of their appearance. One Night, Baampu and Monti befriend the Hoghogs and Baampu falls in love with one. Tumbaa and Pimon soon capture Baampu's love interest. Then Baampu and Monti disguise as criminals and take the female Hoghog back to her group and then after, Monti and Baampu head off onto their own adventures.
The Lion King's Monti and Baampu: Home is Where the Hoghog is
Hoghogs either have blackish, white, or blue fur, are nearly slow, underfed, and developed a completely different language, similar to Revenant Dutch.