The caving group involved in the rescue of a young Thai football team have saved a sheep stuck in the Brecon Beacons.
The sheep was finally located and brought to safety after being stuck for an estimated three weeks. After initial attempts to locate the animal failed, rescuers eventually found the sheep down an eight metre hole in the Black Mountain.
A five-strong crew from the South and Mid Wales Cave Rescue Team (SMWCRT) went in search of the stuck sheep after hikers reported hearing desperate bleating sounds from underground.
The heroic rescuers are colleagues of the men who helped save 12 young Thai footballers and their coach from flooded caves in July.
Mark Morgan from South & Mid Wales Cave Rescue Team said the sheep had been trapped for three weeks before it was rescued.
The Dan Yr Ogof cave complex sits nearby and also the National Showcaves Centre for Wales.