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This exhibition centers on six centuries of wildlife and landscape illustration in the Western Hemisphere, everything from a 17th-century Greenlandic walrus to Rockwell Kent’s 20th-century woodcuts of Tierra del Fuego.
The giant walrus-like sea creature, called a Thala-siren, was dropped onto the set in a helicopter, then controlled from within by two men.
Months ago, community members from Diomede and Shishmaref were asked to take samples from four walrus' intestines.
But the beluga needs far more attention than the walrus, with between three to four people caring for him at all times, Riemer said.
Aku the walrus’s trip to Orlando began on the deck of a barge off the coast of Nome, Alaska, in June.
There are regular callouts over the loudspeakers for walrus or polar bear sightings.
Researchers have spent years gathering information about ice and plankton as well as walrus, whales, bears, and other mammals.
Environmentalists were especially upset about the Pacific walrus, given that its habitat in the Arctic is eroding due to global warming.
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