A new arrival at a zoo in North Somerset has caused a lot of excitement. That's because he's bigger than most.
Getting Janu the African bull elephant into his new home at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm involved a lorry, a crane, some hefty chains and plenty of carrots for encouragement.
A second elephant has arrived at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm near Bristol.
Janu, a nine year old bull, has moved in to the new £2 million Elephant Eden attraction, the biggest enclosure of its kind in northern Europe.
Staff at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm in North Somerset are celebrating the arrival of their first ever elephant. Buta, a 31-year-old African elephant has moved into the largest purpose-built habitat in Northern Europe.
She'll soon be joined by Nissim, who is from her former herd, at the 20 acre site.
Work is underway on Europe's largest elephant sanctuary, being built at Noah's Ark near Wraxall in Somerset. It's hoped the 20 acre enclosure will open next summer. It's not the only elephant sanctuary being built in the area. Eli-Louise Wringe reports.