A baby Alpaca has been born at a pub near Kendal.
Flora is the latest in a herd of 12 alpacas. The animals are originally from South America but are quite happy in South Lakeland.
Each alpaca is named after the year they were born starting with A 6 years ago when the pub started breeding them. Amaretto and Angel were born first, followed by Bella, Cappucino, Colin, Dexter, Daphne, Delilah, Eccles, Ebony and now Flora.
She’s the first of two babies this year.
Alpacas are pregnant for 11 and a half months, which probably gives Mum Icicle an excuse to be one of the greediest. But they haven’t got a taste for the pub’s real ale yet.
The second baby F will be born in the next 5 to 10 days. Andrew Hipwell and is family are hoping it'll be solid white and will win awards at next year's agricultural shows.