Residents of a Suffolk village have created their own pop-up zoo.
Villagers in Long Melford organised the project to raise money for nearby Colchester Zoo which is facing huge financial pressures as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Instead of real animals, residents created their own attractions by either donating stuffed toys or making them themselves out of cardboard boxes.
They've even made their own map, so people can walk around the village and view the animals which are displayed on front gardens.
Sarah Boxhall, who organised the project, said she was "really chuffed" with how it had turned out.
Colchester announced this week they are hopeful of reopening in July, if it's safe to do so.