Norwegian authorities are considering to put down Freya, the young 600kg female walrus that basks in the sun of the Oslo fjord since July 17, because of the danger to the sightseers and to itself: despite repeated appeals to the public to keep their distance from the walrus, big crowds are still attracted, sometimes with children. Walruses live in the even more northerly latitudes of the Arctic and do not normally attack people, but can if they feel threatened and Freya is now considered to be stressed as she is not having enough rest. Read more on Guardian