The family of a Cumbrian zoo keeper who was mauled to death when a tiger walked through an open door say they still have unanswered questions.
An inquest into the death of 24 year old Sarah McClay ended this afternoon.
Fiona Marley Paterson was there.
The fourth day of the inquest into the death of an animal keeper at a Cumbria zoo is taking place today.
The hearing is due to hear from more members of staff at South Lakes Safari Zoo, where Sarah McClay suffered "unsurvivable" injuries when she was attacked by a tiger.
An inquest has been hearing about the moment when a tiger pounced on a zookeeper in south Cumbria.
In the second day of the trial an eyewitness described seeing the animal enter the area where the keeper was working. He shouted for help as he saw her being attacked.
Tim Backshall reports from the inquest in Kendal.
An inquest has been hearing about the moment when a tiger pounced on a zookeeper at the South Lakes Wild Animal Park in South Cumbria.
24 year old Sarah McClay died from multiple injuries last May. The inquest has heard from a member of the public who witnessed what happened. Gareth Bell described how a door inside the tiger enclosure was open, allowing the tiger to enter the area where she was working and attack her.
It's the second day of an inquest into the death of Cumbrian zoo keeper Sarah McClay who was mauled to death by a tiger.
The jury will today visit the South Lakes Wild Animal Park at Dalton in Furness where she received multiple injuries in May last year.
A jury in Kendal has begun hearing evidence at an inquest into the death of a zookeeper who was mauled to death by a tiger.
24 year old Sarah McClay died after suffering multiple injuries at the South Lakes wild animal park last year. Tomorrow the jury will be taken to see where it happened.
An inquest is due to hear how a keeper at a Cumbrian animal park was mauled to death by a tiger. Sarah McClay died at the South Lakes Wild Animal Park in Dalton in Furness on 24 May 2013.
The former Penrith University of Cumbria student was attacked by a Sumatran tiger named Padang as she worked.
The inquest is due to last for a week.
A baby giraffe at a Cumbrian zoo is starting to attract her own fan club.
The giraffe, called Belle, was born last week at the South Lakes Wild Animal Park in Dalton-in-Furness.
Fiona Marley-Patterson went to meet her.
South Cumbrian Wildlife Park have a new arrival.
Despite being just a baby, she's the height of the average human, and is already attracting her own fan club.
Fiona Marley Paterson has been to meet her.
Belle the baby giraffe was born at South Lakes Wild Animal Park last week.
She's the first West African Giraffe to be born in the UK and is part of an endangered species as there are only around 450 in the world and a handful in captivity.
But, what do you know about giraffes? Here are a few facts you can use to impress your friends.
- Baby giraffes are usually born about 6 ft tall.
- They have a long drop into the earth, which wakes them up so they're on their feet in half an hour and running in a day. This protects them from predators.
- Their neck has the same number of bones as ours. They're just bigger.
- The tongue's black to protect from sunburn because they spend most of the day eating.
- They only sleep for 20 minutes at a time. Belle sleeps a lot more!