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WILLIAMSBURG, Va - (WTVR) Busch Garden's brand new 3 month old wolf pups made their big debut last week.

The pups got down to business exploring their new habitat in the park's wolf valley
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The valley is a naturally landscaped habitat featuring logs, a flowing stream and naturally growing vegetation.

A bridge overlooking the valley allows park guests to a birds eye view of the wolves.

The manager of zoo operations says the pups Boise, Kaya and Beo seem right at home.

Eventually the pups will become part of the larger wolf pack at the park.

When they are integrated into the larger pack, they will help teach park guests about the important role wolves play in the wild.