The two rare arctic wolf pups, now housed at the International Wolf Center in Ely, are looking for permanent names. The public is asked to submit names for consideration at the website wolf.org. The two pups are brought out four times a day for public programs at the center’s auditorium but can be seen on streaming “pup cams” 24 hours a day. Name suggestions will be accepted until midnight Friday and then submitted names will be narrowed down to the top three for each pup for a final vote. Final votes will take place through the end of June and winners will be announced on July 11th.