Quoted from: Plant and Animal Evolution
- Those that creep on its belly, thus it’s the Reptile Group.
- Walk on 2 legs, which match the Birds Group.
- Walk on 4 legs, which is the mammal group.
- cooperative rearing of young by the group
- overlapping generations living in a permanent, as opposed to seasonal, group
- cooperative foraging or hunting
- cooperative defense from predators and competitors
- social learning (such as a young chimpanzee learning by observation to use a twig to fish for termites). 
And to Him belongs whatsoever resets in the night and the day, and He is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing." (6:13)
Quoted from Wikipedia: Cysticercosis
Cysticercosis refers to tissue infection after exposure to eggs of Taenia solium, the pork tapeworm. The disease is spread via the fecal-oral route through contaminated food and water, and is primarily a food borne disease. After ingestion the eggs pass through the lumen of the intestine into the tissues and migrate preferentially to the brain and muscles. There they form cysts that can persist for years.
The life cycle involves humans as a definite host and pigs as an intermediate host. Pigs ingest contaminated food or water that contains eggs or proglottids from human’s feces. The ova develop into cysticercus in pig muscles. Human becomes infected when they ingest raw or undercooked “measly pork” that contains viable cysticercus. Upon reaching the small intestine, the scolex attaches to the intestinal wall and a proglottid chain grows. T. solium releases three to six proglottids/day, bearing 30,000 to 70,000 eggs (ova) per proglottid into the intestine. Nearly 250,000 ova are passed daily into the human feces and to the environment, and the cycle continues.
Even with the concurrent treatment of humans and pigs, complete elimination is hard to achieve. In one study conducted in 12 villages in Peru, both humans and porcine were treated with praziquantel and oxfendazole, with the coverage of more than 75% in humans and 90% in pigs. The result shows a decreased in prevalence and incidence in the intervention area; however the effect did not completely eliminate T. solium. The possible reason includes the incomplete coverage and re-infection. Even though T. solium could be eliminated through mass treatment of human and porcine population, it is not sustainable. Moreover, both tapeworm carriers of humans and pigs tend to spread the disease from endemic to non-endemic areas resulting in periodic outbreaks of cysticercosis or outbreaks in new areas.
Limitations of vaccines
Even though vaccines have been successfully generated, the feasibility of its production and usage in rural free ranging pigs still remains a challenge. If a vaccine is to be injected, the burden of work and the cost of vaccine administration to pigs will remain high and unrealistic. The incentives of using vaccines by pig owners will decrease if the vaccine administration to pigs takes time by injecting every single pig in their livestock. An oral vaccine is proposed to be more effective in this case as it can be easily delivered to the pigs with the food, though no one has ever achieved it yet. 
In general muscular/subcutaneous cysticercosis does not cause symptoms, however in severe infections with a large number of cysticerci, one may be able to feel or see bumps under the skin. Muscle cysticercosis may casue pain and hypertrophy and dead and calcified cysts will show up quite clearly on x-rays and often cause inflammations due to the immune system’s response. Muscular/subcutaneous cysticercosis is the least prevalent type, but there are areas of India with prevalence as highs as 10%.
Neurocyticercosis is by far the most prevalent and dangerous form of cysticercosis. At any time during infection neurocysticercosis caused by living or dead cysticerci can cause a host of different symptoms (pleomorphic) including headaches, nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, neurologic changes, acute confusion, increased intracranial pressure, focal neurologic deficit, intellectual deficit, and perhaps most importantly epilepsy. 
ALLAH by his mercy and wisdom knows how the swine flesh is dangerous on human body, how much damage can cause and how it’s impossible to be treated, because of that he forbidden eating it, ALLAH says:
Forbidden to you (for food) are: Al-Maitah (the dead animals - cattle - beast not slaughtered), blood, the flesh of swine, and that on which Allâh’s Name has not been mentioned while slaughtering ... [5:3]
 The University of Waikato, Plant and Animal Evolution, 2011, http://sci.waikato.ac.nz/evolution/AnimalEvolution.shtml