After red wolf pup escape, return, Life and Science's outdoor campus reopens today
Posted June 21
The entire outdoor campus of the Museum of Life and Science will reopen today after a busy start to the week that included the escape and return of three of the Durham museum's rare red wolf pups.
Museum pups discovered their escape Monday morning. Two were back with their parents and sibling, who had remained in their enclosure, around dusk Monday. The final pup was reunited with her parents around noon, Tuesday. Most of the museum's outdoor campus was closed Monday and Tuesday as they searched for the pups and so the red wolf family could recuperate.
This morning, the museum announced on Facebook that the entire outdoor campus will reopen - including the red wolf habitat in the Explore the Wild exhibit. When we went last week, we got some great glimpses of those adorable pups.