Orphaned walruses in Alaska, video

This video says about itself:

The Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward has been caring for two orphaned walruses in recent months. The animals, named Pakak and Mitik, require around-the-clock care and seek out frequent contact with their caregivers. Both were discovered near Barrow in summer. The animals will soon move to new homes at zoos in Indianapolis and New York. Photographed on October 4, 2012.


15 thoughts on “Orphaned walruses in Alaska, video

    • Thanks for re-blogging this, even if it is different from your usual blog subjects šŸ™‚

      I have art on my blog as well, but the blog is very un-specialized: forty categories.

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