It's an exceptional birth. Eight pups were born  at Discovery Wildlife Park Argonne in the Ardennes.

On average, there's a range of only between two and four wolf pups. Babies come from the coupling of "Futée", a female wolf age 5, and "Crockett", a male wolf of 3 years.

Fed and incubated in the den for three weeks, they have opened their eyes slowly. The healers have emerged them from their burrows to carry out weighing, identification and vaccination.

Since, young wolves have joined the life of the pack within the enclosure.


Responses to "Exceptional birth of 8 wolf cubs in the Ardennes National Park -France (VIDEO)"

  1. So cute!♥♥

  2. Anonymous says:

    That's so wonderful. It's nice to know these wolves will be protected unlike many other wolves in the world that are being hunted again. Wolves in Wisconsin were just taken off the endangered list and now are going to be hunted just as deer are. It's sad to see. I hope all 8 pups are doing well.

  3. Anonymous says:

    How is Momma Wolf acting now that you have touched her babies ???

  4. Since they are in a wolf sanctuary the wolves are used to humans handling their pups and even them! They were handled as pups too when they were young! It's great that they help the wolf population like this because here in the states all they want to do is kill them!:(

  5. Anonymous says:

    In Italy is the same situation as in the United States =( VIVE LA FRANCE!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Chapeau Mesdames et Messieurs! Dicken Respekt, hoffe das so ein Verhalten Schule macht!
    Gruß, Lutz!

  7. May God bless and protect you little pugs. May your life be showered with human love and understanding and protection.

  8. Anonymous says:

    You have been blessed with a gift of life these wolf pups. I would hope you will be sharing their progress. I also respect your privacy and the privacy of the wolves.

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