Wahla (pronounced wah-lah) eggs have very low density, so their eggs float around on top of rivers around Ark. Unlike larger species of seals, Wahla take thirteen months to have their children. Since Wahla mating season is usually during the coldest month, January, their eggs are laid in February of the following year. If you walk along the shore of an ocean during February, it's very likely that you'll come across some washed up Wahla eggs!
Wahla are considered to be wonderful pets. They are very affectionate towards people, and love to learn tricks. Despite them being water-dwelling creatures, they breathe oxygen and can use their fins to drag themselves around on land. If a Wahla likes its master enough, it may just follow them everywhere, so make sure you have the time to give proper affection when considering one for yourself!