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Name:Walrus

Item No:RC16047S

Product Size:17,5cm x 11cm x 11cm (l x w x h)

Scientific Data :

RC16047S

Name:Walrus


Order:Carnivora


Diet:Carnivore


Habitat:Around the Artic Ocean


Animal:Mammal


Figure size:17,5cm x 11cm x 11cm (l x w x h)


Real size:8 ft long


Weight:M: 800-1700 kg F: 400-1250 kg


Conservation status:Vulnerable


Features:Triangular-shaped hind flippers, that have five bony digits. Claws on the three middle digits are larger than those on the outer two digits. A walrus's head is square and broad with conspicuous tusks and whiskers. a bulky body with a tail. Ears behind the eyes.

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RC16047S

Name:Walrus


Order:Carnivora


Diet:Carnivore


Habitat:Around the Artic Ocean


Animal:Mammal


Figure size:17,5cm x 11cm x 11cm (l x w x h)


Real size:8 ft long


Weight:M: 800-1700 kg F: 400-1250 kg


Conservation status:Vulnerable


Features:Triangular-shaped hind flippers, that have five bony digits. Claws on the three middle digits are larger than those on the outer two digits. A walrus's head is square and broad with conspicuous tusks and whiskers. a bulky body with a tail. Ears behind the eyes.


Did you know?

 Calves at birth are ash gray to brown. Within a week or two, calves become tawny-brown.

The coloration pales with age. In general, younger individuals are darkest.


QUESTION: What are its tusks used for?


ANSWER: Display and as weapon against rivals.