Orphan Pigs Go from Homeless To Beloved celebrities in Mexican Beach

19 February 2022 09:20 WIB

People take pictures of Vietnamese pigs, which were abandoned and rescued by local authorities who turned them into a popular attraction, in what is now known as 'Pig Beach', in Progreso, in Yucatan state, Mexico, February 12, 2022. A litter of orphan pigs has invaded a beach on the coasts of Mexico and stolen locals' and tourists' hearts alike. REUTERS/Lorenzo Hernandez

18 Februari 2022 00:00 WIB

A police officer sits while a man takes a picture of Vietnamese pigs, which were abandoned and rescued by local authorities who turned them into a popular attraction, in what is now known as 'Pig Beach', in Progreso, in Yucatan state, Mexico February 14, 2022. Pig Beach, located in Progreso, a coastal town in the Yucatan Peninsula, was created last August after local authorities found and rescued eight piglets along with their mother. REUTERS/Lorenzo Hernandez

18 Februari 2022 00:00 WIB

Vietnamese pigs, which were abandoned along others and rescued by local authorities who turned them into a popular attraction, in what is now known as 'Pig Beach', are pictured in Progreso, in Yucatan state, Mexico, February 12, 2022. REUTERS/Lorenzo Hernandez

18 Februari 2022 00:00 WIB

People walk by Vietnamese pigs, which were abandoned and rescued by local authorities who turned them into a popular attraction, in what is now known as 'Pig Beach', in Progreso, in Yucatan state, Mexico February 14, 2022. REUTERS/Lorenzo Hernandez

18 Februari 2022 00:00 WIB

A child interacts with Vietnamese pigs, which were abandoned and rescued by local authorities who turned them into a popular attraction, in what is now known as 'Pig Beach', in Progreso, in Yucatan state, Mexico, February 14, 2022. REUTERS/Lorenzo Hernandez

18 Februari 2022 00:00 WIB

A man interacts with Vietnamese pigs, which were abandoned and rescued by local authorities who turned them into a popular attraction, in what is now known as 'Pig Beach', in Progreso, in Yucatan state, Mexico, February 14, 2022. REUTERS/Lorenzo Hernandez

18 Februari 2022 00:00 WIB