More Videos

Montgomery Gentry performs at Tequila Bay 0:49

Montgomery Gentry performs at Tequila Bay

Trump at UN: We are prepared to take further action if the government of Venezuela persists 2:44

Trump at UN: We are prepared to take further action if the government of Venezuela persists

Miami Heat players react to Dwayne Wade's Chicago Bulls buyout 2:11

Miami Heat players react to Dwayne Wade's Chicago Bulls buyout

FEMA opens a Disaster Recovery Center at Miami Dade College Kendall Campus 1:24

FEMA opens a Disaster Recovery Center at Miami Dade College Kendall Campus

NFL Mascot Rappels Down From Roof of London's Wembley Stadium 0:43

NFL Mascot Rappels Down From Roof of London's Wembley Stadium

Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler talks about 20-6 loss against the Jets 3:18

Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler talks about 20-6 loss against the Jets

Pablo Escobar, still dead, and still generating lots of money 0:57

Pablo Escobar, still dead, and still generating lots of money

Dion Waiters speaks during the Miami Heat's Media Day 4:42

Dion Waiters speaks during the Miami Heat's Media Day

Miami Dolphins players comment on their protest before the Jets game 3:34

Miami Dolphins players comment on their protest before the Jets game

Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase talks to the media after the game. 2:41

Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase talks to the media after the game.

  • Meet Miami's bilingual pot bellied pig and Cuban rafter iguana3

    Jungle Island has two residents who have become among the favorites of visitors: a "bilingual" pig that's affectionately called "Gordita" and an iguana that arrived with Cuban rafters.

Jungle Island has two residents who have become among the favorites of visitors: a "bilingual" pig that's affectionately called "Gordita" and an iguana that arrived with Cuban rafters. José A. Iglesias el Nuevo Herald
Jungle Island has two residents who have become among the favorites of visitors: a "bilingual" pig that's affectionately called "Gordita" and an iguana that arrived with Cuban rafters. José A. Iglesias el Nuevo Herald

A bilingual pig and a Cuban balsero iguana are among the stars of Jungle Island

March 20, 2017 3:34 PM