Tigers at Port Lympne Animal Park have been enjoying Christmas presents as such of an enrichment scheme.
The Amur tigers get to enjoy festively decorated boxes, sprayed with an array of fragrances.
The tigers dug into the presents eagerly by ripping them open and rubbing against them.
Providing tigers with new scents excites their sense of smell and is important to create a simulating environment for the animals.
Ben Thompson, Large Carnivore keeper said: "Seeing the tigers interact with new scents is really important. It stimulates their natural behaviour, such as the flehmen reaction (where they expose their tongues to transfer scents to the vomeronasal organ in their mouth)
"They enjoy rubbing against the scent and scent marking over the top themselves. They particularly enjoy Calvin Klein’s Obsession For Men!”
A family of endangered gorillas have arrived at their new home at an animal park in Kent. The eight western lowland gorillas are headed up by Kouillou. The group are now settling in at the Port Lympne Wild Animal Park park near Hythe.
Port Lympne Wild Animal Park has welcomed two female giraffes that were endangered in the wild.
The female giraffe travelled from Woburn Safari Park on Thursday morning and Port Lymphe will join an exclusive group of 14 institutions in the UK to hold Rothschild giraffes.
Adrian Harland, Animal Director said: "We are delighted to be accepted as part of this breeding programme. There are so few Rothschild giraffes in the wild that programmes like this one are essential. I hope, with the arrival of the male Rothschild that we will soon have the patter of tiny hooves."