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Pigs are a problem.

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    The pigs have lots of babies. (AP/Carlos Giusti)
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    Puerto Rico has too many pigs. (AP/Carlos Giusti)
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    The pigs make a mess. (AP/Carlos Giusti)
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    People in Puerto Rico are trying to fix the problem. (AP/Carlos Giusti)
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    Workers used this cage to catch pigs. (AP/Carlos Giusti)
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Baby pot-bellied pigs are cute. People in Puerto Rico bought them as pets.

But the pigs grow BIG. They have up to ten piglets at a time. Most run free. They leave messes. How will Puerto Rico fix its pig problem?

Read More: Puerto Rico is a small island in the Caribbean Sea. Little pigs made good pets. But who wants a 250-pound pig in the house? Some pigs were set free. Others escaped in a hurricane. They have babies and more babies. They get into garbage and wreck gardens. People disagree on how to fix the pig problem. The pigs have diseases. People should not eat them. What would you do? Can you think of a Bible story about Jesus and a herd of pigs? Read Matthew 8:28-32.