Walrus Valley has previously visited Ireland, Great Britain and Spain. Now he is reportedly being targeted in Iceland on his way to the Arctic BBC.
The 800kg mammal has become a tourist attraction since its appearance in Europe this spring.
The Seal Recovery Ireland organization says Wally has not been seen for more than three weeks when he was targeted in Iceland on Sunday. It has been 22 days since the last sign of life.
He was identified by photos and scars on his front flippers.
The walrus, estimated to be four years old, was first spotted in March in the Kerry district of southwestern Ireland. According to experts, he swam 400 miles from his home in the Arctic. Since then he has crossed the islands of Spain, Wales, Denby and Chile, southwest of Cornwall.
Wally made a real difference in the ports of the Chilean islands, where he destroyed and sunk several boats. A specially built pontoon was launched to calm him down.
According to the BBC, Seal Recovery Ireland says it is “very happy” to see the “wandering walrus” again and that he appears to be on his way home several months later.
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