Little Rock Zoo has announced the birth of three wolf-maned boys.
The zoo said on Wednesday that a male and two females were born on December 21 and now weighs about two pounds.
Carnivore curator Debbie Thompson at the zoo said it will take about six weeks until the pups are issued regularly, but visitors can see them briefly as their mother moved to a nearby hut or back to her cave.
Puppies are covered with black leather with white tip tails, but when adults have a red, tall coat and erect ears, a pointed muzzle and long-tailed white tails and thin black legs.
The animals are native to South America.