Pictures taken by a friend of mine on a recent trip to the island of Svalbard in the Arctic region of Norway
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There's no mistaking these for anything else other than walrus with those large tusks.
Strictly speaking they are Atlantic walrus a sub-species; Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus. However, there is some debate as to whether there are sub-species (Atlantic and Pacific) as the only difference appears to be location; and the Pacific walrus tends to be larger.
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