According to LiveScience, male walruses can weigh as much as 3,700 pounds, with female walruses reaching about 2,700 pounds. In the pinniped family, the elephant seal is the only larger member. More »

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A walrus eats mainly mollusks, such as clams. A walrus also eats shrimp, crab, worms, sea cucumbers and coral. Occasionally, a walrus has been known to eat the carcasses of seals when it cannot find food. More »

The miniature schnauzer is intelligent, affectionate and extroverted. He is easy to train, supremely loyal and protective, but he can also be very stubborn. His trademark walrus mustache, big beard and bushy eyebrows giv... More »

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A walrus eats mainly mollusks, such as clams. A walrus also eats shrimp, crab, worms, sea cucumbers and coral. Occasionally, a walrus has been known to eat the carcasses of seals when it cannot find food. More »

A group of walruses is known as a herd. Walruses are highly social mammals, and they are often found in large herds. These mammals spend much of their life in aquatic environments. More »

The most prominent adaptations of walruses are their tusks, which they use for many purposes. Other adaptations include sensitive whiskers, which help them locate food, and the blubber under their thick skins, which prov... More »

Dolphins consume anywhere from 4 to 9 percent of their body weight each day, which translates to a daily total of just over 20 pounds and up to 50 pounds daily for an adult bottlenose dolphin weighing 550 pounds. As with... More »

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