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The pig is growing in popularity as an experimental animal because its gyrencephalic brain is similar to humans. Currently however, there is a lac of appropriate brain templates to support functional and structural neuroimaging pipelines. The primary contribution of this work is an averag volume from an iterative, non-linear registration of 70 male Yucatan minipig subjects whose ages ranged from five to seven months. In addition, several aspects of this study are unique, including thedoi:10.1101/2020.07.17.209064 fatcat:xroyc7fzmjep3muwyub5uylx5y