An elephant at Bedfordshire's Woburn Safari Park has beaten the odds to overcome a deadly virus.
Three-year-old Asian elephant Tarli developed an aggressive Ebola-like disease.
It targets the youngest members of the herd and is fatal in 80% of cases.
Vets spotted the infection in a blood test and, after responding well to treatment, she's now been given the all clear.
There are five Asian Elephants living at Woburn Safari Park, including four females - Yu-Zin, Damini, Chandrika and Tarli - and one male, Raja.
Damini, Chandrika and Raja came from West Bengal in India in 1997 and Yu-Zin came from Holland in 2010.