Javelina, or collared peccary, are pig-like hoofed mammals that grow up to 4 feet in length and weigh up to 60 pounds fully-grown. They are very social and usually live in herds to protect themselves from predators such a mountain lions, bobcats, coyotes, and humans. Although they’re omnivores, they have long, sharp canine teeth that protrude from their jaws. Although they look docile, they are very protective of the herd, especially their babies often called reds due to their hair color.