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There are approximately 133 walruses currently living across 53 facilities and 13 countries in 2024. More information and statistics on the captive walrus population will soon be provided on a separate section of this site.
Lost to follow-up
No walruses have been transitioned to unknown status thus far in 2024.
The last status changes were given in 2023:
No walruses are currently known to have been transferred in 2024.
At least 19 walruses were transferred 25 times in 2023:
unknown · Syunai-Sale → Yar-Sale · Nov-15