Walrus - Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger
Giant Walrus
General information
Type Walrus
Status Living
Group Beasts
Appearances Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger
Chronological information
First appearance The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad
Last appearance

Giant Walrus – referred scientifically as Walrus Giganticus is a large prehistoric Walrus first encountered in the mythical land of Hyperborea, and is one of the minor antagonists from the 1977 film Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger.


The Giant Walrus is extremely bumpy. It has long bristles on its upper jaw. The Giant Walrus possesses two immensely large tusks.


The Walrus has immense size and weight, using both to its advantage in battle. It can fight off multiple enemies and often will intimidate its enemies with its two enormous tusks. It will fiercely fight for its territory rather than easily surrender and will fight as fiercely from being captured.

Sinbad and the Eye of the TigerEdit

During a night blizzard in the polar regions of Hyperborea, Sinbad and his crew noticed a patch of ice breaking near their camp site. Suddenly, a Giant Walrus erupted from the ice and made its way on land. Sinbad quickly called for the rest of the party to grab any and all weapons to repel the Walrus. During the ensuring struggle, the Walrus knocked one of the sailors into a hole in the ice, instantly frozen and drowned upon sinking into the ice water. Sinbad directed his remaining men to retrieve a cargo net from their supplies. They succeeded in throwing it over the head of the Walrus and attempted to steer it away from the camp. As large and as powerful as the behemoth was, the crew failed several times to pull the Giant Walrus away from the camp. During the tug-of-war, the Giant Walrus pulled one of the sailors towards it and crushed him under one its massive flippers. Finally the Walrus chose to retreat from its enemies however, it drug part of the cargo net behind it. A black sailor caught his foot in the net and likewise was being dragged behind the walrus. Sinbad successfully cut the net away from the sailor, saving his crewman's life before the walrus dove back under the water.

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