One of the rarest breeds of giraffe in the world has been born at Woburn Safari Park in Bedfordshire.
The calf, named Arrow, is a Rothschild's giraffe, which are classified as endangered.
Their main threats in the wild come from habitat loss and poaching for their meats and hides.
The breed are restricted to a few isolated populations in Kenya and Uganda.
Arrow was born a few weeks overdue to experienced mother; 12-year old Freya, and 14-year old father, Caspar.
The calf - Freya’s fifth baby - joins siblings still living with the herd; Nkuru and Onyx.
Keepers have named him Arrow after the coat of arms from the Rothschild’s family.