The Passing of Europe’s Wisdom

Today we mourn the loss of Europe’s oldest walrus, Natasja. She passed away in her sleep in a sea-mammal park, the Dolfinarium, in Hardewijk, Netherlands on Tuesday. Unknown to the general populace, Natasja was not only an amazing and kind walrus, but also a seer of uniquely gifted talent. As such, The Walrus Association of America has lost not only a dear friend, but also their primary source of prediction-based income. According to Piet Mosterd, Natasja, “was a clever girl.” Truly an understatement we definitely agree with.

"Walrus Natasja is overleden. Het dier in het Dolfinarium was de oudste walrus van Europa." Photo credit @HartvNL.
“Walrus Natasja is overleden. Het dier in het Dolfinarium was de oudste walrus van Europa.”
Photo credit @HartvNL.

Since we can no longer rely upon her as an oracle, we kindly suggest you donate to our cause until we can get replacement income. Remember, Natasja predicted you would!

2 thoughts on “The Passing of Europe’s Wisdom

    1. I had the chance to see her when he made her yearly pilgrimage to Delphi. It was a beautiful and rare moment to witness. I wish you could have been there with him too. -~-

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