Wally the walrus jumps on a speedboat for a nap in Ireland after visiting the UK

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WALLY the walrus shows off his gnarled side after hopping on a speedboat for a nap.

The arctic mammal, on a maritime visit to Wales, Cornwall and the French and Spanish coasts, has now appeared in County Waterford, Ireland.

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Wally the walrus shows off his gnarled side after hopping on a speedboat
Arctic mum Wally appeared in County Waterford, Ireland

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Arctic mum Wally appeared in County Waterford, Ireland
Wally boarded the motorboat and lay down for a nap in the sun

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Wally boarded the motorboat and lay down for a nap in the sun

The finfish eater boarded the motorboat and lay down for a nap in the sun.

Adam Collins of the Clonakilty Distillery said: “It was really a surprise to see the walrus in the boat, not to mention the coasts of Clonakilty.

“We’re used to seeing minke and humpback whales around here, but never a walrus.

“Fortunately, no damage was caused. We think he came all this way just to try a minke gin and tonic.

Walruses typically live in the seas around the Arctic Circle and feed on clams, crabs and shrimp.

And now a rescue organization is calling for help to find him a safe floating platform.

Seal Rescue Ireland, which works to save seals, wrote on Twitter yesterday (Tuesday): “WalrusWatch and EMERGENCY Appeal: Guarded, protected from disruption and avoided property damage.

Adam Collins said:

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Adam Collins said: “It was really a surprise to see the walrus in the boat, not to mention the Clonakilty Coast”
Walruses typically live in the seas around the Arctic Circle and feed on clams, crabs and shrimp

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Walruses typically live in the seas around the Arctic Circle and feed on clams, crabs and shrimp
Wally the walrus basks in the sea as he sets off a tourist boom in Tenby, Pembrokeshire


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