Walrus Skulls (Odobenus Rosmarus) - Tusk & Skull & Skeleton

Arctic Ivory

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Walrus Skulls (Odobenus Rosmarus) - Tusk & Skull & Skeleton


Type: Walrus Tusks and Skull Plate

$2,900 CA Dollars

Quantity:      Item #WASKTP01


Walrus Skull - See Pictures #1 and #2

  • Walrus Tusks and Skull Plate
  • Tusks 48cm (19inches) Long
  • Skull Plate With Teeth.
  • Easy Attachement For Hanging
  • Price: $2,500

The Walrus Skull in Picture #3 is SOLD

These Skulls are taken in the High Canadian Arctic by Inuit hunters. All skulls are cleaned and pyroxided. Walrus are listed under CITES Appendix lll and therefore requires a CITES Export Permit. Also a Veterinarian Certificate and a Marine Mammal Transportation License is required for export. Walrus Skulls cannot be exported to the USA, United Kingdom, Mexico, Australia or Taiwan.

The skull of a walrus is very unique. It is heavy and solid. The immense weight of a walrus's skull is believed to aid the mammal when breaking ice in order to create breathing holes. The ivory tusks are also heavy in weight and are very distinctive from male to female. The male upper canines grow larger than the females. The males use their tusks to attract the females during the breeding season. They are also used for defence against predators such as polar bears. The tusks also allow the walrus to haul themselves onto the ice flows as well as for leverage.


International trade in Narwhal, Walrus, Ring Seals, Beluga Whales and Polar Bear products is regulated by a number of laws and conventions. These include the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), which is embodied in Canadian legislation (Bill C-42, the Wild Animal and Plant Protection and Regulation of International and Interprovincial Trade Act - WAPPRITA); the Marine Mammal Protection Act in the United States; and Council Regulation EC 338/97 in the European Union.

All Skulls are Cleaned by Beetles. We do not boil skulls.

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