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Origami Babirusa

Babirusa is a species of swine endemic to island of Sulawesi in Indonesia, and its surrounding islands. They have two pairs of tusks, a pair emerging from lower jaw like common boar, and another pair from upper jaw that penetrate out from the top of its snout. Those tusks are curved backward, with the upper one to a greater extent. Poaching and habitat loss are the cause of their status as endangered animal. Apart from long and color changed tusks, I want to express babirusa's torpedo-like body and deer-like legs.