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    American guinea hog piglets feed from their mother at Unity College on Tuesday.

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    Megan Anderson, farm manager at Unity College, picks one of the American guinea piglets at Unity College on Tuesday. The heritage breed pig is making a comeback after near extinction in the early 2000s and farm manager Megan Anderson says she is hoping the piglets can be bred.

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    Megan Anderson, farm manager at Unity College, picks one of the American guinea piglets at Unity College on Tuesday. The heritage breed pig is making a comeback after near extinction in the early 2000s and farm manager Megan Anderson says she is hoping the piglets can be bred.

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    Megan Anderson, farm manager at Unity College, picks one of the American guinea piglets at Unity College on Tuesday. The heritage breed pig is making a comeback after near extinction in the early 2000s and farm manager Megan Anderson says she is hoping the piglets can be bred.

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    An American Guinea Hog piglet wanders from his mother during feeding time at Unity College on Tuesday. The American guinea hog gave birth last week to nine piglets. The heritage breed pig is making a comeback after near extinction in the early 2000s and farm manager Megan Anderson says she hopes the piglets can be bred.

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