Animals that have tusks may be found on land and in water. For example, the elephant has two tusks, and lives on land. Having tusks also is a characteristic of the narwhal and the walrus, which live in water.
Elephants are hunted for their tusks
Your question does not have enough information to be answered. Tusks on what animal? When? Where?
The most iconic sea animal with tusks is the Walrus.
Elephants have the longest tusks. On average elephants have tusks measuring 5m or 16.5 ft long.
coming out of their mouth
tusker ------------- An elephant has two tusks. Many poachers hunt down and kill them for their tusks as they are high in value.
Animal, from tusks to be precise.
No, they keep them for a life time. The tusks keep growing as the animal ages.
A walrus has tusks.
The walrus is the only other animal with big tusks, although narwhals have a single, long horn protruding from their forehead.
When they are approached for a fight they defend them selves with their tusks by ramming them into the other animal.
It actually has tusks that it stabs the animal with ! ;)
elephant tusks are ivory.Walrus also has ivory and is used the same way elephant tusks are used.
Ivory is the tusks of elephants. Unfortunately, people hunt the elephants for their tusks, causing them to now be endangered.
elephant Mammoth... does extinct count?
The mammoth was an Ice Age animal. It resembled an elephant with long tusks.
First Its tusks..... its tusks could rip through skin second its size..... it was the largest animal back then
Elephants, Warthogs, Wild Boar, Walrus and the Narwhal.