A herd of alpacas have shown they can adapt from living on the South American levels, to living at a south Lakeland pub.
Fiona Marley Paterson went to meet the newest regular at the Station Inn in Oxenholme.
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.
A baby alpaca has been born at the Station Inn in Oxenholme near Kendal.
The pub keeps 12 alpacas and has a share in three stud males. They have been breeding them for six years.
The new girl does not have a name yet. She may be called Flo, Florence or Flora.