UNBELIEVABLE: Meet This Family of SURFING PIGS [VIDEO]


Kama the Surfing Pig first became famous in 2014, surfing Hawaii’s Oahu waves with his owner Kai Holt. Two years later, however, there’s another addition to the family: Kama 2, Kama’s surfing piglet.

The latest video by GoPro received over 100,000 views in roughly one month:

Kama 2 took baby steps to get into the water. At first he needed coaxing to get his hooves wet:

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But, the older he got, he became more familiar with the water, even hopping and playing in it. He ventured in by himself to swim– paddling with his hooves in the water:

Once Kama 2 doubled in size and honed his swimming skills he was ready for the surf board. But, he got a little too big for his britches, quite literally, according to the local news station, KITV. He grew too big to ride.

But, Kama 2 had a daughter, Kama 3, who is now carrying on the Kama family surfing tradition. This Father’s Day she made her public debut at Oahu’s Sandy Beach.

For now, though, Kama 2 can enjoy his fame, as seen in the video below.

Article reposted with permission from Constitution.com

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