Chacoan Peccary

Catagonus wagneri (Chacoan peccary)

When frightened, Chacoan peccaries flee, raising the long hairs on their back and spraying secretions from their dorsal gland, presumably to keep the group together in the dense brush via odor. These secretions are rubbed against group members

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