What Is a Size of a Walrus?


The walrus is a carnivorous mammal that is aquatic. It has a moustache and its body is brown in color. The male pacific walrus has a weight of between 800 and 1700 kilograms, while the female pacific walrus has an average weight of 790 kilograms.
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Odobenidae Genus: Odobenus Species: Odobenus rosmarus
A sociable animal, the Walrus gathers in a mixed herd of up to 2,000 bulls, cows, and calves when feeding and migrating, as well as when hauled out on ice floes, although the sexes sometimes segregate during the nonbreeding season... More »
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Walruses are large mammals that can be easily identified by their prominent & large tusks and whiskers. Adult Males weigh an average of around 800 to 1680 kilograms (1800 to 3700
The walrus tusks average at 3 ft (90 cm) for the bulls/males and 2
The wombat. As a independently-minded herbivore, it would probably have the good sense to walk away, even if it was surprised by the relatively tiny walrus. Embed Quote
The walrus, with the wizened and slightly comical face of an elderly man with two long, protruding tusks, is easily the most recognizable of all the pinnipeds. There are two subspecies
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