It should come as no surprise that surfing is a way of life in places like Hawaii, where the locals are part of the Polynesian peoples whose ancestors invented the sport. Yet it may come as just a bit of a surprise to learn that even the wildlife and possible food sources can enjoy hitting the waves from time to time.
On Oahu’s Sandy Beach, Kama and his son Kama II (also called Son of Kama) have become local fixtures thanks to their love of surfing. Ever since he was a piglet, Son of Kama has loved the water and rarely passed up a chance to go for a surf. And we have to admit, he’s pretty good at it!