If you could take a time machine back to Hungary in the 1830s, you'd see what looks like a magical, mythical creature. It looks like a cross between a pig and a sheep.
It's called the Mangalitsa.
It's more pig than sheep. It's also the fattiest pig in the world, with as much as 70% body fat.
They were first bred by Archduke Joseph Anton Johann, who decided to cross Sumadija pigs with Bakony and Szalonta pigs.
It was a popular Hungarian swine until about 1950 when the fear of saturated fat made their meat obsolete. The Mangalitsa was almost extinct by the 1970s.
Poor little guy.
In 1994, the Hungarian National Association of Mangalica Pig Breeders formed and was determined to save the breed.
Today, more than 60,000 Mangalitsa are bred each year.
These little guys are way too cute to eat, though.