A walrus turns up on a small Scottish island in what has been described as a "once-in-a-lifetime" event.
The animal, thought to be a young male, was spotted on the shoreline of North Ronaldsay in Orkney.
It appeared to be in good health and happy to be the centre of attention.
Wildlife experts said it was extremely unusual for a walrus to be spotted so far south of the North Pole and Arctic Ocean. ...
The large flippered marine mammals, characterised by their long tusks, spend significant amounts of their lives on the sea ice.