A short video on the first couple of months new wolf cubs joined

The pups came to the zoo on Memorial Day 2006 when they were approximately 4 weeks old. They are all from the same litter which consisted of 3 males and 3 females. This short video covers the first month or two after they arrived at the zoo.

The Alaska Zoo is a zoo located in Anchorage, Alaska located on 25 acres (10 ha) of the Anchorage Hillside. It is a popular attraction in Alaska, with nearly 200,000 visitors per year.

The zoo is currently home to more than 100 birds and mammals representing some 50 species. The zoo has the widest variety of animals native to the state of Alaska as well as some exotics such as Siberian Tiger, Amur tigers, Bactrian Camels, and yaks.

In addition to viewing, the zoo specializes in education, research, wildlife conservation, and animal rehabilitation; many of the animals currently in the zoo were found orphaned or injured.

Responses to "Wolf Pups Enjoying Life With Their Caretaker at The Alaska Zoo (Video)"

  1. SASS says:

    wow - adorable little beings and couldn't help noticing how alert Mother Nature has made them!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Don't let Palin near them! She doesn't understand how important they are.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Precious please keep safe

  4. Anonymous says:

    Large litter! They brought memories of the 1st hybrid pup I rescued. Amazing creatures and must be conserved. But everyone please remember, they are NOT dogs, many aspects of their behavior are quite different.

  5. Unknown says:

    thanks for sharing!

  6. Unknown says:

    So why were these pups taken from the pack? Was their mother not able to look after them?

  7. Tori Burton says:

    So awesome and precious! Please keep safe!

  8. Fili says:

    They are such beautiful wolves. I hope they are still safe. And have grown up to be big an strong. Thank you for saving them.

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