Crimean family adopts baby wolf Lobo

Lobo, the baby wolf, finds a family
Lobo, the baby wolf, photo: Still from video Reuters

A family living at their horse ranch in the Crimean town of Belogorsk has taken in a wolf cub they found near their land.

The Gaziyev family took the baby wolf in when he was around two weeks old. They named him Lobo after a Soviet movie about a wolf. “He is not afraid of us and does not bite us,” the 11-year-old Nazly Gaziyev said.

Lobo appears to like Nazly, playing and allowing her to cradle him in her arms.

The family does not know how long the wolf cub will stay with them but they are happy to let Lobo explore their horse ranch for the time being.

Source: Reuters

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