Otterly Adorable Pups Now on Exhibit at Roger Williams Zoo
We've been patiently waiting for the Roger Williams Zoo's otter pups to make their first public appearance, and finally, after months of waiting, they are finally out for the world to see.
The Providence-based zoo shared earlier this week that the 12-week-old pups are now exploring their outdoor exhibit and accessible to the public.
The otter quadruplets were born at the zoo on February 1, and have been spending lots of quality time with mom Mishi ever since. They captured New Englanders' hearts after the zoo shared photos of them as newborns, and yet again when they were shown learning how to swim alongside their mom. It seems every time the Providence-based zoo posted about the otters, they were flooded with comments from people asking when they would be able to visit the otters for themselves.
The cluster of new North American river otter pups is made up of two males and two females, all who have remained without names - or at least they have yet to be announced to the public.
If you're just as obsessed as we are with these cute little beans, you'll want to snag tickets to go see them soon because they're only going to keep growing. Tickets to the Roger Williams Zoo are currently only sold online through the zoo's website and there is a strict capacity limit for time slots, so plan ahead! Tickets cost $17.95 for adults, $12.95 for children and $15.95 for seniors. Toddlers and zoo members get in for free.