Public Invited to Name Arizona Wildfire Park's Wolf Pups

Bearizona Wildlife Park, in Williams, Arizona, has welcomed four wolf pups to its pack, and has invited the public to choose their names.

Three of the cubs are Artic wolves and one is an Alaskan tundra wolf, the park said. In video posted August 3, the wolves, aged about 13 weeks, can be seen playing about.

The winning names for the cute foursome will be revealed on August 13, International Wolf Day, the park said. Credit: Bearizona Wildlife Park via Storyful

Video transcript

- Three Arctic wolf puppies and one tundra. The tundra is the gray one.

- So cute.

- How old are they, do you know?

- 13 weeks, about.

- 13 weeks?

- Yep. 13 weeks are pretty good size.

- So is their mom here?

- Nope. So they came from another facility in Montana. We only breed under some circumstances, and wolves the one that we need to [INAUDIBLE].

[BARKING]

- Don't take my stick. He's like now I want--

- Oh, they're just like dogs, right?

- Yeah.

- They get protective over what they have.

- Yeah. They'll warn their other ones.

- Heck yeah.

- Our dogs do that.

- Yeah. Don't take my--

- Three arctic wolf puppies in one tundra. The tundra is the gray one.

- So cute.

- How old are they, do you know?

- 13 weeks, about.

- 13 weeks?

- Yep.

- The 13 weeks are pretty good.

- So is their mom here?

- No. So they came from another facility in Montana. We only breed under some circumstances, and wolves are the one that we need to be [INAUDIBLE].

[BARKING]

- Don't take my stick.

- Oh, they're just like dogs, right?

- Yeah.

- They get protective over what they have.

- Yeah.

- They'll warn their other ones.

- Heck yeah.

- Our dogs do that at home.

- Yeah. Don't take--

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