The Walrus (Odobenus rosmarus) is a type of land mammal.
"This mammal has a thick pelt and a layer of blubber. The length of its two tusks depend on its gender -- a female's only grow to 15 in., while a male's tusks can reach up to 3 ft. in length. The tusks are used for pulling itself out of the water and fighting between males. The walrus tends to form large groups, and thousands can be seen gathered together.
[The Walrus was Paul] In some parts of Scandanavia, the walrus is an image of death. Beatle Paul McCartney survived a car crash in late 1966, but there were some rumors that he had died. He and the other Beatles supported this rumor by using McCartney's image with a walrus a lot, as supported by their 1967 hit, "I am the Walrus," and the lyric, "The Walrus was Paul," on their song, "Glass Onion," released on 1968's White Album."
These can be found in the North Coast of Canada, around the A1-NW ice hole.
They just move around and are usually paired with a walrus of the opposite sex. They respond positively to being petted and given food.
- An error was made in the behavior of this animal in Endless Ocean in that Walruses don't live in the South Pacific.