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A larger variety of Hawg, a Nap Butapoppo, appears later in the level, where the player uses sound waves to weaken it and then punch it 15 times to defeat it, causing it to give off five Bananas, unlike their smaller counterparts, which give off 3 Bananas.
In the next level, Jungle Deeps, another large Hawg called a Gale Hawg appears. These Hawgs do not attack, instead pushing Donkey Kong back by using wind unleashed from their snouts. They are defeated like Sleeping Hawgs.
A white sub-species of Hawg called White Butapokkī are found later in the Watermelon Kingdom's level Desert Oasis. They can be defeated in almost the same way as the larger Hawg, except with only one hit, of which can be used as a short-range object that can daze other enemies.
Later, a large, bipedal Hawg called a Cocopī appears, of which can throw melons at the player, which must be reflected into the tree. It also throws spiked fruit, which the player must avoid. By punching three melons back at it, the tree will collapse and the Hawg will fall out of the tree, defeating it and causing five bananas to appear.
In the Strawberry Kingdom's level Spirit Tree, a camouflage sub-species of Hawg called Tusk Butapoppos appear. These are defeated like normal Hawgs, but they controlled by a red Ninjape and ram Donkey Kong, hurting him. They can be defeated like Nap Butapoppos and Gale Hawgs.
Another species known as the Fire Butapoppo later appears in the Melon Kingdom's level Banshee Swamp. These are also controlled by a red Ninjape, but hurt Donkey Kong by spewing fire out of their snouts. They are defeated like all large Hawgs.