Help name Minnesota's newest wolf pups

The International Wolf Center in Ely is inviting the public to submit names for two pups - one boy and one girl. The winning names will be announced on June 4. You can also watch the Center's new wolf pup Webcam streaming live video.
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The International Wolf Center in Ely is inviting the public to submit names for two pups - one boy and one girl. The winning names will be announced on June 4.

You can also watch the Center's new wolf pup Webcam streaming live video daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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