An adult walrus male can reach more than 3 m in length and weigh between 360 and 1400 kg (females are smaller).
The walrus lives in the Arctic circle, either sleeping on the shoreline or on a floating ice floe, or in the water, where it can dive to the depths of 110 m. for 25 minutes.
Walrus vs Tiger SharkEdit
The walrus gores the sand tiger shark with its tusks. As it swims up to the surface the shark gets dragged to it. The walrus beaches the sand tiger shark
Polar Bear vs WalrusEdit
A walrus is relaxing by the water's edge. Suddenly, a hungry polar bear comes by to attack the walrus. Startled and nervous, the walrus heads straight for the sea. The bear attempts to bite and scratch the walrus, but the pinniped's thick skin is too much, even for a large bear like itself. Although it briefly manages to latch on with its sharp teeth, the bear cannot do much serious damage. The walrus then tries to stab the bear with its four-foot tusks, but the agile predator anticipates this. The bear then tries several paw swipes to the head, but the walrus's skull is too thick to land a killing blow. As the walrus flees, the bear holds on and gets dragged into the ocean, afterwards, the walrus turns around, goring the bear with its tusks. The bear, wounded and running out of air, heads straight back to the surface. But the walrus returns with a vengeance – it soon sinks its tusks onto the carnivore's back, killing it. The dead bear sinks into the ocean.
- The walrus is the first pinniped to appear on AFO up to date.
- It is the second semi-aquatic mammal to win its face-off and the first semi-aquatic mammal to win against another mammal.
- The walrus' weapons: 2 90-cm. tusks.
- The walrus is the second mammal to win in the water.