E.T., the resident walrus of the Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, demonstrates his whistling technique in 2001 while staff biologist Traci Belting explains his behavior to zoo visitors. E.T. died earlier this month and is now whistling in zoo animal heaven.
E.T., the resident walrus of the Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, demonstrates his whistling technique in 2001 while staff biologist Traci Belting explains his behavior to zoo visitors. E.T. died earlier this month and is now whistling in zoo animal heaven. Staff file, 2001 Duncan Livingston
E.T., the resident walrus of the Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, demonstrates his whistling technique in 2001 while staff biologist Traci Belting explains his behavior to zoo visitors. E.T. died earlier this month and is now whistling in zoo animal heaven. Staff file, 2001 Duncan Livingston

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