What Does a Walrus Eat?

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A walrus' diet includes: clams, snails, crabs, shrimp and worms. They mainly feed on molluscs as these are their favourite foods. These animals also eat various benthic invertebrates including gastropods, cephalopods, crustaceans and sea cucumbers.
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Walruses eat mussels, snails, echinoderms and crabs.
Walruses are the largest pinnipeds in the Arctic and Subarctic areas. They like to live in shallow water by ice floes or land. They mainly eat bottom-dwelling invertebrates such as clams, snails, crabs, shrimp and worms.
Walruses favorite food is mollusks and clams. They also feed on worms, crustaceans, sea cucumbers, some fish and cod. If their food supply is low they will eat younger seals.
Walruses have a large selection of foods to choose from given their large stature. Some favorite foods for the walrus include clams, snails, crabs, urchins, worms and shrimp. Walruses do not eat every day since they never know when their next meal is coming, so when they do eat they eat almost a 100 pounds of food at once. Now that's what I call an all you can eat buffet.
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