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    As nations went into lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, more people have started posting funny and adorable videos of their pets on social media platforms.

    A two-year-old piglet has been captured on video while scratching its little butt on the floor. The author of the video said that it was "Day 370", adding on behalf of the piglet that "Twerking is my cardio".

    The piglet from California has become very famous on Instagram gaining 18,000 subscribers for its hilarious videos.

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    Day 370: Twerking is my cardio.

    Публикация от 🐽 F A T S A L A D 🥗 (@pigsalad)

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