Arctic walrus spotted on South Wales coast

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    The RSPCA were called to the Pembrokeshire coast in South Wales after an arctic walrus was spotted.

    Animal rescue officer Ellie West, who was at the scene, said the animal was likely resting and did not seem to be sick or injured.

    The same walrus was seen on rocks in Ireland just a week ago.

    The sighting is extremely rare and the animals usual do not travel so far south,.

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