Two rare endangered white wolves have arrived at Combe Martin Wildlife Park.

The pair of two year-old white female Hudson Bay wolves were transported over from Germany via Eurostar.

They were part of a pack in Europe but were ousted by the alpha wolf, meaning they had to find a new home.

The two wolves, which have not yet been named, now form one of only two collections in the whole of the UK.

Along with the Specialist Re-homing Wildlife Service the wolves arrived at the park in a van at around 1pm this afternoon.

They were transported into a new enclosure at the bottom of the park.

It is hoped a white male Hudson Bay will be found to join them in the future.

Park director, Dawn Gilbert, said they had been looking to introduce more wolves to the park when they heard the pair of Hudson Bays were looking for a new home.

She said: "We are really excited to have these white wolves living here on the park along with our European wolves because it gives us the opportunity to educate our visitors on the different habitats and environments that wolves live in and how they adapt to their different surroundings."


Responses to "Rare white wolves arrive in Combe Martin (Photos - Video)"

  1. Anonymous says:

    What a beautiful animals!

  2. Unknown says:

    Beautiful animals, remind me of my white Husky.

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