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Swimming Pigs in the Bahamas "Because locals bring food, the pigs will run into the water and actually swim out to the oncoming boats, as if to greet them individually." Eric Cheng, a photographer who took snapshots of the pigs.

Creative Tonic loves Swimming Pigs in the Bahamas "Because locals bring food, the pigs will run into the water and actually swim out to the oncoming boats, as if to greet them individually." Eric Cheng, a photographer who took snapshots of the pigs.

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Aruba, Island Life facebook.com/staysalty, these guys get plenty of shrimp, they are nice and pink.

A Flamingo walking on the beach named after them at the Flamingo Beach Renaissance Island Aruba

Tropical Island Adventures :: Escape to a Beach Paradise :: Soak in the Sun…

Tropical Island Adventures :: Escape to a Beach Paradise :: Soak in the Sun :: Palms + Ocean Air :: Free your Wild :: See more Untamed Island Inspiration

Swimming with Sea Turtles in Hawaii #TrueWealth http://truewealth.me/

Swimming with Sea Turtles in Hawaii

Vacation spot with hands-on animal conservation program - Le Méridien Bora Bora, French Polynesia - Green sea turtles and hawksbill marine turtles. Click thru to see even more!

Island Farm Roanoke Island, NC:Explore island life as it was more than 150 yrs ago on  Join interpreters dressed in period attire as they carry out the daily activities. Stroll along the pasture fences and visit with the farm animals, and help a farmer hoe his corn or carry water to the garden. In the cookhouse, hear the sizzle of salted ham in the skillet or help the cook make corn cakes. Or just relax under the shade of a tall pecan tree and watch coastal history come to life before your…

Island Farm Roanoke Island, NC:Explore island life as it was more than 150 yrs ago on Join interpreters dressed in period attire as they carry out the daily activities. Stroll along the pasture fences and visit with the farm animals, and help a farmer hoe his corn or carry water to the garden. In the cookhouse, hear the sizzle of salted ham in the skillet or help the cook make corn cakes. Or just relax under the shade of a tall pecan tree and watch coastal history come to life before your…

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