Exumas Pigs

Exumas Pigs

Pigs aren't exactly the most appealing animals, but when they are lounging on the beach under the Bahamian sun (instead of wallowing in mud), they can seem almost adorable. The phenomenon known as the swimming pigs of the Exumas is a bit of a wild life enigma, as these animals are not indigenous to the Bahamas. But they have happily accepted the sun-soaked beaches of the Exumas as their home and we can’t blame them. 

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