- There are two main subspecies of walrus, The Atlantic and Pacific
- Male Pacific walruses can reach almost 12’ long and weigh over 1.5 tons
- Both male and female walruses have large tusks
- They can live up to 40 years
- Walruses are rarely found in deep water, they seem to prefer feeding at the bottom of shallow waters
- The greatest threat to walruses is climate change
The tusks of a walrus can reach a length of? ( 3 feet)
- 6 feet
- 1 foot
- 4 feet
- 3 feet
How fast can a walrus swim? ( 21 mph)
- 27 mph
- 15 mph
- 21 mph
- 30 mph
What do walruses prefer to eat? ( Clams)
How long do walruses live? (B, 20-30 years in the wild)
- 10-15 years
- 20-30 years
- 35-45 years
- 50-60 years
Q: What does a Walrus get from sitting on the ice too long?
Q: Why do walrus’ swim in salt water?
A: Because pepper water makes them sneeze!
Q: Where do walrus’ go to see movies?
A: The dive-in
Q: What do you call a walrus in a phone booth?
Q: Why did the walrus feel bad about himself?
A: Because he was untuskworthy