Four white Arctic wolves rescued from a zoo in Germany have been given a new home in Lincolnshire. (Photos)
The seven-month-old Hudson Bay Wolves are now settling in at Woodside Wildlife and Falconry Park, in Newball, near Langworth.
And the three bitches and one male will go on display to the public when the park re-opens on February 9.
Owner Neil Mumby said: "They were rescued from Wuppertal Zoo in Germany. The pack were fighting and a new home was urgently needed to save them.
"The wolves are living in a large enclosure in a wildflower meadow with trees, mounds and a pond and they eat raw meat.
"This endangered species originates from Canada and the wolves have a stunningly beautiful white coat to keep out the Arctic winter, so the relatively mild climate of Lincolnshire will be no problem."
Pictures: Anna Draper and Amy Westwood