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The term "Walrus yak" has not been confirmed by official sources.
The walrus yak has the snout and tusks of a walrus mixed with the ears, spiraled horns, and long fur of a yak. The rest of its body has not been seen.
The creature itself is large enough that its head is comparable in size to that of a spider cat. No eyes were visible on the creature's head at a glance. The walrus yak's long fur was white, suggesting origins in an arctic environment.
The walrus yak is a direct link between its two namesakes, the walrus and the yak.
- The fact that a walrus yak's head was present in Wan Shi Tong's Library stated that he was a very knowledgeable person who has visited a lot of places or has had a lot of visitors, which also shows why he hates humans, some who might have caused harm to his library.
- A similar looking mounted head was among the many curios on the pirate ship. The head floated down the river after the ship fell off a lagoon. However, as opposed to the walrus yak, this animal had brown fur.
- ↑ "The Library". John O'Bryan (writer) & Giancarlo Volpe (director). Avatar: The Last Airbender. Nickelodeon. July 14, 2006. No. 10, Book Two: Earth
- ↑ "The Waterbending Scroll". John O'Bryan (writer) & Anthony Lioi (director). Avatar: The Last Airbender. Nickelodeon. April 29, 2005. No. 9, Book One: Water