23rd May 2024

Guess the length of a walrus’s tusks

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The tusks of a walrus are the upper canine teeth which grow very long, sometimes to even one metre. They use their tusks for gripping ice, fighting enemies and even for scraping up the shellfish and clams they eat. The tusks are also indicators of their age and importance. The one with longest tusk leads the herd.

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