Visitors to the Science Museum of Minnesota's Mississippi River Gallery haven't had the usual rite of spring of seeing peregrine falcon chicks on gallery's television monitor. Bummer, right? But here's the good news. In a few months they'll be able to see two wolf pups. With no nesting falcons available on television cameras this spring, the gallery's television monitor has been tuned into the International Wolf Center in Ely. The center has just received two wolf pups. Those pups will go on public display when they grow to about 35 pounds, which should be in August. The pups are growing about a half pound a day.

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JGordon's picture
JGordon says:

If only we could name them. I have just the perfect name in mind...

posted on Wed, 05/28/2008 - 4:09pm
Pelle 79's picture
Pelle 79 says:

Okey and the name is???

posted on Thu, 05/29/2008 - 5:24am
Thor's picture
Thor says:

The wolves are already named: Maya and Grizzer.

posted on Thu, 05/29/2008 - 8:27am

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