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Dreaming of a walrus? What does it mean?

So what does it mean to dream of a walrus? Funny you should ask, since according to the The Dream Moods Dictionary, to see a walrus in your dreams means the following:

To see a walrus in your dream, represents your display of dominance in some situation or relationship. You are always on the lookout for anybody who is trying to out-maneuver, out-rank, or out-wit you. Alternatively, the walrus represents your protective shell and  thick-skin. You do not let the comments/criticism of others get to you.

For Eskimos and Native Americans in the North, the walrus symbolizes supernatural ability and power.

Now you know.

More dream interpretation can be found at The Dream Moods Dictionary.

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