Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Name the Brookfield Zoo’s Mexican gray wolf puppies



Three of the five Mexican gray wolf puppies born at Brookfield Zoo on April 25 are still in need of names. The Chicago Zoological Society (CZS), which manages the zoo, has narrowed the list and is now asking the public for its help by voting for the final choices. | Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society
Three of the five Mexican gray wolf puppies born at Brookfield Zoo on April 25 are still in need of names. The Chicago Zoological Society (CZS), which manages the zoo, has narrowed the list and is now asking the public for its help by voting for the final choices. | Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society

The Brookfield Zoo is asking for the public to take a break from Fourth of July festivities and help decide the names of its three Mexican gray wolf puppies.

 

The Chicago Zoological Society has chosen three potential names for each puppy, and the public can vote for its favorite for each dog, according to a release from the Brookfield Zoo. The names have a connection with either the wolves’ natural habitat in the southwestern United States, the Spanish or Apache languages or a zoo staff member.

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