Welfare concerns have been raised over a Cumbrian zoo after recent council inspection.
South Lakes Safari Zoo, now in the hands of new owners - Cumbria Zoo Company Ltd - is reported to have too many "contact incidents" between animals and visitors.
These include a lemur climbing into a baby's pram, visitors being jumped on by squirrel monkeys and holes being dug by prairie dogs next to the site's fences.
Another incident involved a blind, spiral-horned antelope, which was put to sleep after its health deteriorated following separation from its herd.
Earlier this week, the animal director, Andreas Kaufmann, notified the council a peacock had been diagnosed with chlamydia.
The findings come as Barrow Council meet later today to decide whether the zoo is complying with its licensing conditions.
A two week inspection was carried out by Council inspectors last month, which reported seven incidents of contact between animals and visitors.
In March, the zoo's founder, David Gill, was refused a licence to run the attraction.
This followed the deaths of 486 animals at the zoo between December 2013 and September 2016.
Last year, the zoo was fined more than £250,000 after the death of 24-year-old keeper, Sarah McClay.
South Lakes Safari Zoo will not be commenting until after today's meeting.