First came Kama, Hawaii’s first surfing pig. The porcine pro made waves in 2014 after his owner took the feral piglet surfing, transforming him into a local mascot.

See, “Meet Hawaii’s amazing surfing pig”

Kama, now topping the scales at 300 pounds, no longer surfs, and his protégé Kama 2 is also quickly nearing a career-ending weight.

Does this mean the days of pigs riding the Hawaiian waves are numbered?

The answer to that question is a resounding, "NO." 

According to UPI, the surfing pig legacy is in good hooves. Click the video below to meet Kama 3, the next generation of Hawaii’s surfing pigs.