I saw them! (wild boars). It was in summer of 2018, in Abkhazia. We had an "excursion" (if you can call it so) to mount Mamdzyshkha. There was only 1 big household on the top (of Armenian cowboys and their big families,- presumably 2 families). One of their jobs was to comfort tourists (lazy clueless vacationers, who look for "romantique" and adventures on their bцtt, lol). So there came (out of the neughbourhood woods) a pride of wild boars, who were demanding food(!): they almost weren't afraid,- even everyday strangers (tourists) couldn't embarrass them. Everyone was devouring shashlyk (bbq), but i "restricted" myself with (delicious) tomatoes and home-made wine. I was lucky to have a small talk in Armenian with the host (woman, about 60y.o.). She had zero reaction about me speaking Armenian (i mean, she was answering something, but she didn't even seem surprised that "a white girl" is suddenly speaking Armenian, which is quite a rare thing). I asked her in Russian: "I wonder, do you understand anything of what i'm saying?" She: "Aha". Me: "Is it correct?". She: "Uhu, correct".What about "Sus scrofa Linnaeus" ? That would be a good name, wouldn't it?
Would it sound a bit posh?