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Old 09-03-2015, 08:14 PM   #301
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nope - it was true


both male and female walruses have extended tusks?

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Walruses can slow their heartbeat while diving underwater to keep warm ?

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Saltwater trivia

True. Though I think the females tusk are much smaller. They still use them to root around for scallops an such an the sea floor
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to maximize the ratio of insulating blubber to body size, walruses have a lower blood volume than most land animals their size ?

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what is the largest species of fish ?

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