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The proposed film is called Tusk, and it's based on an elaborate ( and thankfully bogus ) roommate-wanted ad placed in June by prankster Chris Parkinson from Brighton, England. Parkinson wrote that he was pining away for his deceased walrus pal,
On the northwest coast of Alaska, approximately 10,000 walrus have sought refuge because their usual sea ice floes have disappeared due to a warming climate trend that is melting the sea pack ice. An enormous pack of walrus were
Stories For the Pacific walrus, global warming is undeniable. An estimated 10,000 walrus have come ashore on Alaska's northwest coast, the National Marine Fisheries Service reported, as the sea ice the animals normally rely on to rest continues to
Missouri, a ghostly 'floating orb' of light has been baffling and dazzling locals for more than a century. Now photographers are trying to shine light on the phenomenon. Missouri, a ghostly 'floating orb' of light has been baffling and dazzling
Alaska (AP) An estimated 10,000 Pacific walrus have gone ashore on Alaska's northwest coast and are bunched along a beach near the village of Point Lay. The National Marine Fisheries Service says 1,500 to 4,000 walrus were counted Sept. 12 and
Kevin Smith The "Clerks" creator details his plans to sell his house to make "Tusk," a horror movie about a guy forced to wear a walrus suit...It was almost as if I'd become the main character in my own script, and fate was trying to sew me into a
Alaska (AP) Pacific walrus are gathering on the northwest coast of Alaska and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has begun procedures to keep airplanes out of the area. The agency says it's also urging nearby residents to avoid actions that could
Anyway, Kevin Federline is a mullet walrus yet still has sex with this because Britney money.
Story Video But while the entire print media industry suffered through the recession, The Walrus's troubles seemed to be existential. Among other things, annual ad sales dropped from $1.5-million to about half that amount in 2009. But it turns out
They are superheroes and villains whose personas are based on animals, bugs and other creatures that are legitimately dangerous...Here are just a few heroes and bad guys that should have picked up a subscription to Zoobooks before hitting the streets.