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Walruses are carnivorous mammals in the family Elephantidae, which has only one species and no subspecies. Walruses have a cylindrical body, thick and obese. The lifespan is about 50 years old. Walruses are mostly distributed in the Arctic Ocean and can sometimes be seen in the Atlantic and northern Pacific. Usually living within a water depth of 80 meters, preferring habitats with gravel bottoms. The recipe is very broad, including over 60 types of marine organisms. Walruses have many survival skills, such as taking turns watching, changing their body color, sunbathing in winter, and constantly using their noses to suck wet sand onto their bodies to absorb water and cool down in summer.