It happened Saturday morning near Wadena.
A respiratory illness has struck other big cats at the zoo as well.
The disease was recently confirmed for the first time in Minnesota.
Two indoor rabbits "died suddenly and inexplicably" from the disease earlier this month.
Como Zoo hasn't had wolves since March 2020.
That's a well-prepared — and sneaky — gray squirrel.
It includes one squirrel who was shot with a pellet gun then hit with a shovel.
People are asked not to approach or interact with the animal.
The member of the squirrel family clung to a vehicle from Colorado to Minnesota.
Twin Cities-based Minnesota Pocket Pet Rescue is among the organizations seeking foster homes for its animals.
The critter's harrowing journey began in Silverton, Colorado.
Researchers say the pups "appear to be doing well."
"Niko" is based in Moorhead.
Researchers found the wolves are having pups.
Officials are looking for the deer to put it down.
Gigantor was one of four wolves that escaped last month.
Well that's something you don't see every day.
The center is pleading with the public to not shoot or harass the remaining escapee.