Photograph showing zookeepers collecting wolf pups from a nest at Whipsnade
Photograph titled 'Wolf nests in the open at Whipsnade'. Caption on back reads: 'For the first time in the history of the Zoo, a wolves' nest has been discovered in the open. There is a fine litter of seven cubs, all of whom are "doing well". The she-wolf made its nest under a tree trunk. Photo shows - keepers lifting the tiny cubs from the nest under the tree trunk, shortly after its discovery'.
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- Daily Herald Archive at National Science and Media Museum
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