A rabbit which was stuck on top of a tall building for several days in Nottingham has died.
It was trapped and had been sitting on the edge of the building in the city centre.
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service attended the scene in Burton Street alongside the RSPCA to rescue the rabbit.
Martin Aldred, watch manager at the London Road fire station who was at the scene, said the rabbit had entered a "void area" and could not be reached, and the RSPCA said it seemed "happy and alert".
Another rescue attempt took place three days later on May 13, but again was unsuccessful.
The RSPCA confirmed on May 16 the rabbit had died after workers at E.ON reported that it was "very clearly dead on its side" on the edge of the car park.
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service said it will not be commenting having placed the matter in the hands of the RSPCA.