Atlantic walrus


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Noun1.Atlantic walrus - a walrus of northern Atlantic and Arctic watersAtlantic walrus - a walrus of northern Atlantic and Arctic waters
sea horse, seahorse, walrus - either of two large northern marine mammals having ivory tusks and tough hide over thick blubber
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Atlantic walrus can also be hunted by non-residents, with four coastal communities organizing walrus hunts during the short summer.
79-133), which include natural population dynamics, food availability, predation by polar bears and other species (Arctic fox, Atlantic walrus, Greenland shark, killer whales), human harvesting, climate and climate changes, disease, and pollution.
The event, which dates back more than half a century to 1947 and is now held every three years, offers a free public exhibition of world-class antlers, horns, skulls and mounts ranging in species from the legendary Alaska brown bear to the Atlantic walrus and Stone's sheep.
The Atlantic walrus is one mammoth marine mammal (animal that nurses its young with milk): An average adult male weighs a hefty 3,500 pounds
But I hope more will follow'; BELOW: an Atlantic walrus (Odobenus rosmarus) in the waters off Spitsbergen in the Svalbard archipelago in Norway.
This remains the case with polar bear and Atlantic walrus, and there is currently no hope In sight.
Atlantic walrus (Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus) in Canada are the subject of such stock status assessments (DFO, 2000).
Status of the Atlantic walrus Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus in the Svalbard area.
Other memorable kills include a 10-foot Alaskan brown bear, a nine-foot three-inch polar bear, a grueling hunt for Rocky Mountain bighorn in one of Montana's unlimited permit areas and the first sport-harvested Atlantic walrus taken in Canada by a non-Canadian--an animal that approached 4,000 pounds in weight.
For example, an average error of over 10 km was reported for low-class (nonstandard) locations in a tracking study of the Atlantic walrus (O.

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