Help Wally Get home.

Help Wally Get home.

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Ciara Langan started this petition to NPWS Ireland (National parks and wildlife service, Conservation rangers Ireland) and

We can gauge our progress as a species on how we treat our wild animals when the are in need of assistance. Since Wallys arrival in our part of the world, a place he really shouldn't be. He is endangering himself and human life. His journey is being watched. However action must be taken to get him safely home soon before he does himself or some one else a mischief.

First seen in Valentia island, Ireland then journeying to pembrokeshire, Cornwall and France he is now trying to rest in very busy area in scilly. He has already been hit by  watercraft it seems and has also taken to accidentally bursting inflatables in the area. Before this ends in an unwanted way.We need to collaborate to help get him home safely.

Ireland, England, France and Spain.I call on your government experts in marine  conservation to join forces. Help this wandering walrus to get home. 

Since there seem to be two distinct subspecies of walrus. An expert needs to be consulted to best ascertain his origins although it could be forgiven to assume he is from the population distributed in the atlantic found near Greenland,svalbard, the  Frank Josef archipelago. The southern Barents, and Kara sea.

Odobenus rosmarus or walrus are highly social generally. There are recorded cases of solitary older males. This poor creatures choice has been removed. He may not wish to be solitary and so it is our duty to move him back to his own territory where he can behave naturally in his own environment. During this process a film could be made documenting his progress home as an educational supliment for all who have been captivated by his charming walrusness!

 

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