It's been about a week now, but Ginger and Aku continue to make themselves home at SeaWorld Orlando's Wild Artic habitat.
The two walrus calves first met each other last month when Aku was rescued from a gold mining dredge off the coast of Alaska, according to SeaWorld leaders. Ginger is an Orlando native, having been born at the park in June.
SeaWorld Orlando was picked to be Aku's home because of a combination of factors, including Ginger's age, her suitability to be a social companion for the calf and the park's experience raising orphaned walrus calves.
Before moving the pair into the habitat, SeaWorld revamped the space to guests can see them from multiple angles. The exhibit also houses other animals from the Arctic, including adult Pacific walruses and beluga whales.
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