Abandoned Wolf Pups From Alaska Get New Home At MN Zoo
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Five wolf pups, who were rescued from a wildfire in Alaska, will get a new home in Minnesota.
The pups, two females and three males, were discovered in their den by crews battling a wildfire on the Funny River.
They were abandoned by their parents and had puncture wounds from porcupine needles.
Currently, they are being treated at the Alaska Zoo and when they are healthy enough, they’ll be transported to the Minnesota Zoo.