All babies need cuddles. Even if it's a 200-pound baby walrus. Staff membes at the Alaska SeaLife Center have been providing around-the-clock cuddles for this lost calf. Walruses depend on their mothers during the first two years of life, so the staff has been so attentive to the this "little" guy.
This poor creature has a littany of health issues. You can follow his progress on their Facebook page. Here's hoping he'll recover and be able to go out into the sea and do all the walrus stuff he's supposed to be doing.