Rescued walrus calf gets 'round-the-clock cuddling'

A 200-pound walrus calf found alone and miles from the ocean on Alaska’s North Slope is getting bottle fed and receiving round-the-clock “cuddling" from animal welfare workers who are trying to keep the 1-month-old alive. Credit: Alaska SeaLife Center via Storyful

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