FOUR Arctic foxes named after the Shelby clan in Peaky Blinders have found a new home at Dudley Zoo.

Their arrival marks the first time the zoo has held the species for three decades.

The five-month-old brothers have been named Tommy, Arthur, John and Finn after the Shelby brothers from the hit BBC drama.

Acting Team Leader Sam Grove, said: “The Arctic foxes are a brilliant addition to the carnivore section.

“They seem to have lovely temperaments and it was great to see them exploring both the outdoor and indoor areas of their new enclosure and chasing each other across the climbing frame and through the tunnels. We’re sure they’re quickly going to become a firm favourite with our visitors.”

The brothers arrived in Dudley from Highland Wildlife Park in Scotland last week.