A tiger is recovering from dental work at a wild animal park after the clumsy cat broke three of his front teeth.
Nine-year-old Amir, a rare male Sumatran tiger, had the chipped teeth filled in at Howletts Wild Animal Park near Canterbury, Kent.
The tiger, who weighs more than 20 stone, was sedated and transported to the on-site hospital for treatment by Harley Street dental surgeon Peter Kertesz.
Ben Warren, head of Howletts' carnivore section, said it was decided the affected teeth, including Amir's right upper canine, would be filled in to prevent any pain occurring.
Head of veterinary services Jane Hopper said the procedure was "a complete success".
"Amir has recovered well, but we will keep an eye on him over the next few weeks," she added.