Wolf Center Introducing 2 Pups To The Pack

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The International Wolf Center in Ely, Minn., has introduced two new wolf pups to the pack.

The organization had been preparing for the pups to join the pack since they received them in April. The female pup, Luna, was treated for a broken leg at the University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center back in May. She still has a limp, so researchers will be closely watching to see how she and the male pup, Boltz, get along with the group.

The International Wolf Center gets new pups about every three or four years.

You can follow detailed updates on the both Luna and Boltz’s physical and social health at the Wolf Center’s website.


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