Wolves arrive at Pairi DaizaThursday, 21 February 2019 14:21
The pack’s four little ones do not have names yet, the zoo said. A survey will allow Pairi Daiza visitors to choose from among 10 Amerindian names. It's the park’s tradition, they say. In 2016, animal lovers had thus chosen to call the new-born baby panda Tian Bao.
The park’s new section is still under construction, but the public should discover this new "world" when Pairi Daiza reopens on 6 April. "The Last Frontier" will present British Columbia’s natural environment, hosting bears, elk, mountain lions, beavers, cranes, deer and many other animals… before welcoming a pack of European wolves.
The Brussels Times
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