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Endangered African wild dog puppies to make public debut at Denver Zoo

DENVER - Four adorable African wild dog puppies are set to make their public debut at the Denver Zoo on Friday. 

Keepers say the three male puppies, Nigel, Theodore Roosevelt and Livingstone, and one female puppy, Cholula were born on November 20, 2017, and have spent the past couple of months cozied up to their mom, Tilly, in a maternity den. 

Starting Friday, February 16, guests will be able to visit the pups from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. the Pahali Ya Mwana yard in Benson Predator Ridge. 

For more information, visit the Denver Zoo's website

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