There is no denying that baby animals are adorable and the Toronto Zoo has had their fair share of them in the last few years and just recently they received at least six more as the Arctic Wolf Dora has been spotted with her cubs adventuring out from their den to explore their habitat.
They still don’t know if it is only 6 pups or if more are still inside the den. The wolf cubs generally take 8 to 12 weeks to emerge after birth.
They are asking that visitors to that area not raise their voices as it might spook the animals into injuring themselves and this quiet time will help them adjust to their environment.
But if you cannot wait to take a look at the cute cubs the Zoo has released this post to their social media!
Spotted: our wolf pups and mom Dora emerged from the den! 👀
Keepers have observed at least six pups at this time. We ask that visitors at the wolf exhibit respect their privacy and please keep your voices down during this sensitive time. #WolfWatch pic.twitter.com/lCgU0ECtHR
— The Toronto Zoo (@TheTorontoZoo) May 30, 2018
Hopefully that video is enough to sate some of the excitement and let them have the time to develop peacefully.
Image from Toronto Zoo Twitter.