September 14, 2001
Going Hog Wild
The porcine guerrillas descend on the campus at all hours, uprooting plants, trampling flower beds, and wreaking landscape havoc before retreating to a secret hideaway.
Meet the wild pigs of Cabrillo College, whose attacks on campus flora have caused $10,000 in damage and a craving, at least among some officials there, for ham sandwiches.
"These are not cute, pot-bellied pigs," says Cathy Summa-Ford, a spokeswoman for the California college. "These are toothy, hairy
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