Or is it? From the internet:
A young pig in Esquina, Corrientes, Argentina, has fleece like a sheep according to a certain news outlet.* Although the story appears in a few different places on the net, they all seem to point back to the linked story.
In the interest of preserving the story against internet flux, I quote the main part of it here:
"Meet the world’s first sheep-hog — a pig with its own fleece. Scientists are baffled by the strange swine — which they say is a pig “at heart” but with a woolly hide.
The one-year-old is being raised on a ranch near the town of Esquina, 400 miles north of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
It is a pig but has a thick fleece which needs shearing in summer with the other sheep because it suffers in the heat. Other pigs do not trust it."
I've heard of a wolf in sheep's clothing, but this is a porcine of a different color entirely. Perhaps it envies the camelids? Or perhaps its mother spent way too much time watching a certain video.
*And, yes, I know to consider the source. I especially enjoy the bassackward headline on the story. :D