A safari park's newest resident has been tucking into a meal in the snow.
Bela, an 11-year-old Amur tiger, got stuck in to a calf's leg for breakfast, which was strung up on a chain and hung from a tree in her enclosure.
She arrived at Blair Drummond Safari Park, near Stirling, during the closed season over the winter.
Bela was brought to the park from Lisbon Zoo as part of the European Endangered Species Programme.
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