Wild pigs are quite patchily distributed throughout New Zealand. In 1996 they were found in about 34% of the land area. They have probably colonised the most favourable habitats.
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Source: Carolyn M. King, ed., Handbook of New Zealand mammals. Melbourne and Auckland: Oxford University Press, 2005, p. 339