Four wolf cubs born April 30 at the Wildpark in Gross Schoenebeck, a town in eastern Germany, recently made their public debut. The cubs -- three females and one male -- are so brand-new that they haven't even been named yet. They're being hand-fed by veterinarian Claudia Cloidt (right).
The cubs will stay in Gross Schoenebeck until mid-July, when they'll move to a new home -- a zoo in Goldau, Switzerland.
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