Walrus – Animal Rhymes in Ultra HD (4K)

Walrus is a kind of seal. There is something very unique about this one… It’s the protruding teeth. They can swim in iciest waters and still stay unfrozen. Here are some interesting facts woven into the song.

I am a walrus;

I wear long tusks;

I growl and roar,

I bellow and snore.

 

I live in cold seas

That are icy

I haul on the rock,

With my special ‘tooth-walk’

 

I am a seal, I weigh a ton;

I drift, I float, I bask in the sun.

 

I eat fish and clam

With my jaws that snap;

I store lots of fat

As blubber intact;

 

My newborn can swim;

And take a spin.

My calf stays with me

For two years at least

 

I am a seal, I weigh a ton;

I drift, I float, I bask in the sun.

 

I live to be forty,

And I’m hefty;

I move with pack ice,

I’ve flakes on my eyes.

 

My herds stack in piles

For long whiles;

We’re out in shores,

Where we snooze and snore.

I am a seal, I weigh a ton;

I drift, I float, I bask in the sun.

 

I am a walrus;

I wear long tusks;

I growl and roar,

I bellow and snore.

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