is week on NRQ, Dr. Pepper has its own nightmare city, Zipp gets a new dog, and we learn about a World War 2 POW camp in Texas.
NRQ talks about the Canary Islands, swiping right, and Zipp's old love triangle.
NRQ is joined by Dompston Checks In, the Houston based musical duo behind the music of "Beer Run" and "Walrus Week". Also, listen to Zipp's quick interview with heavyweight boxer Juan Torres.
Don’t be out of your element Donny, or you’ll miss the final minisode of Walrus Week! Whether they’re playing a saxophone, serving as a nerdy school’s mascot, or scaring children as a cartoon character, the walrus is a unique and interesting addition to pop culture!
The walrus provideth! Whether their meat is being used for subsistence, their blubber for heating oil, or their ivory for billboard balls, the walrus has had many uses over the years!
We know that learning about climate change and its devastating effects on the Arctic ecosystem can be kind of a bummer, so we added some sex appeal. Literally. We talk about walrus sex.
Despite being what some scientists call "nature's bean bag chair", the walrus definitely has the tools to put a hurtin' on you. Whether they're sinking your boat or stabbing a polar bear to death, we think it's safe to say 'Walrus, you scary!'
Pinnipeds are flippered marine mammals consisting of walruses, seals, and sea lions. Learn what each have in common and what makes each unique!
The history of the walrus is rife with oddities like opportunistic vikings, starving whalers, and soccer playing sky ghosts. Yes, you read that last part right.