They’re called collared peccaries, or more commonly
referred to as javelina. You’ll usually smell
them before they come into view, since near the rear
of a javelina’s back is a small organ that produces
a musky odor. Javelina travel in herds, with each herd
developing its own unique group scent. If you’re
lucky, you’ll see a herd with several young javelina
scooting along after mom and dad.