Zoo Spotlight – Meet Wolf Yucca
Aug 29, 2014 02:31PM
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The big-bad-you-know-what, in truth, is family oriented and very intelligent. Wolves breed in the winter and only the alpha male and alpha female produce pups. In the pack, every wolf’s job is to keep the pups healthy and safe. Named after the spiky southwestern desert plant, Yucca was part of an “accidental” litter born in 2004 to captive parents at a Southern California animal-breeding facility that provides creatures to the entertainment industry. This handsome guy is currently the respected alpha wolf at the Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary. Swing by soon to say howl-o!
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