Anyone for 'I am the Walrus'? Listen to one zoo's famous resident celebrate his 30th birthday by showing off incredible vocal range
Most of us enjoy a bit of a party on our birthday and it seems this giant Walrus is no different.
When E.T. the Walrus celebrated his 30th recently, he decided to have a bit of sing-song.
And as this YouTube video shows, he certainly has a voice to be proud of.
As one of the keeper's at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium in Tacoma, Washington, shouted out instructions for different vocal styles, the happy Walrus gladly obliged.
His styles ranged from long low bellows, to growls and even a whistle at one point.
One of E.T's more bizarre noises comes from him repeatedly shaking his head while letting out a loud bellow. The talented animal also manages to make a strange noise from his throat.
Unsurprisingly, E.T. is one of the star attractions at the zoo.
He was found as a pup by oil workers in Alaska in 1982, starving and orphaned and was given the name - taken from the famous film.
The Walrus was taken to Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium where he was raised and he now weighs a healthy 3,400 pounds.
He currently shares his living space at the zoo with female walruses Basilla and Joan. It is hoped they will establish a breeding group.
Lets hope they like his singing.