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Help name four adorable wolf cubs as the newest residents of Bearizona Wildlife Park

Cubs were sent to Arizona from Triple "D" Game Farm in Kalispell, Montana
Four new wolf cubs take up residence at Bearizona Wildlife Park
Posted at 12:08 PM, Aug 02, 2022
and last updated 2022-08-02 15:17:13-04

WILLIAMS, AZ — Bearizona Wildlife Park in Williams, Arizona is welcoming four new wolf cubs as residents this week.

The cubs are made up of three Tundra wolf cubs and one Arctic wolf cub; they are just 13 weeks old.

All four cubs come to Bearizona from the Triple "D" Game Farm in Kalispell, Montana.

Four new wolf cubs take up residence at Bearizona Wildlife Park
Four new wolf cubs take up residence at Bearizona Wildlife Park

Triple "D" Game Farm is a wildlife preserve that raises and cares for a wide array of wild animals that are often used as models for film and still photography.

Bearizona tells KGUN 9 that all four of the new cubs are settling in nicely.

The wildlife park is already home to two Arctic wolves named Twilight and Juno and one Artic wolf named Shadow.

Bearizona is also asking Arizonans to help name the pups.

It says it plans to announce a winning theme on International Wolf Day, Saturday, Aug. 13.

Visit Bearizona on Facebook to submit your name suggestions.

Four new wolf cubs take up residence at Bearizona Wildlife Park
Four new wolf cubs take up residence at Bearizona Wildlife Park