Razorback Hog.

Home-Built Razorback Hog

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Berryville, Arkansas

The official Arkansas state animal is the white tailed deer, but you'd never know it from flipping through postcard racks in this state. The featured animal is instead a thin, long-legged, wild hog known as the Razorback, celebrated as the mascot of the University of Arkansas athletic teams and as a World War II submarine in Little Rock.

This particular Razorback is hand-made, and stands on someone's lawn outside of a honey store on US 62. It's made of metal, chubby with stunted legs, but fierce looking in a cartoonish way. It appears to be designed for mobility, perhaps to be pulled in parades or used to chase down rival mascots.

Home-Built Razorback Hog

1241 US Hwy 62 West, Berryville, AR
South side of US 62, on the border between Berryville and Eureka Springs. Private property, visible from road.
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