A half-tonne gaur – the world’s largest species of cow – has given birth to a tiny calf at Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire.
The baby cow has been named Miumiu by zookeepers. She was born to her mother Mia in the early hours of 11 October.
Miumiu hasn't had her first health check yet, but zookeepers think she is standing at just over 60cm tall and weighs around 35kg – about the same as a Labrador.
Miumiu's birth is part of the European endangered species breeding programme.
She brings the gaur herd number at Whipsnade Zoo up to five.
Gaur - also known as seladang or Indian bison - are officially classified as a vulnerable species.
The population is in decline from threats including hunting and habitat destruction.
Zookeepers say Miumiu is making good progress - and she's even taken her first few wobbly steps.
“The new gaur calf is doing really well and making steady progress - which we’re so pleased to see.