The youngest-ever Member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP) has been elected for the Green Party.
Ross Greer is aged just 21, and has been a member of the Scottish Greens since he was 15.
He is also something of a political veteran already, having been part of the successful campaign to award 16 and 17-year-olds the chance to vote in the Scottish independence referendum.
He has also served as a member of the Scottish Youth Parliament, and contested the East Dunbartonshire constituency in last year's general election.
In a statement on the Scottish Young Greens website, the former Yes Scotland campaigner - who describes himself as "Christian, socialist and Green" - said:
After the referendum he worked for the Scottish Greens on strategy development, and is the party's spokesman on Europe and external affairs.