Keepers at Chester Zoo have stepped in to raise a young antelope dik-dik after it was rejected by its mother.
Aluna the Kirk's dik-dik antelope was born two weeks ago but was unable to bond with her mother.
It is the second time keepers ta the zoo have had to hand-rear a young dik-dik after a female new born was rejected in 2010 - possibly due to cold weather.
The species is native to Kenya, Tanzania, and Namibia and arrived at the zoo in 2008.
The youngster will be bottle fed milk five times a day until it can eat on its own.