MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Two of the cutest Canadians have just immigrated to the United States – and they are settling in northern Minnesota!

The rare Arctic wolf pups, both boys, arrived this weekend at Ely’s International Wolf Center after a trip that officials say was months in the making.

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(credit: Int'l Wolf Center)

(credit: Int’l Wolf Center)

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The pups began what the Wolf Center calls an “intense socialization process,” with staff and trained volunteers working with them non-stop.

They may be dark in color now, but the pups’ coats are expected to turn pure white by the end of summer.

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Visitors can see the little guys four times a day during the Wolf Center’s “Wolf Pups!” programs. Click here for more information.