Chester Zoo is celebrating a UK first, with the arrival of a tiny deer with a body about the size of a Christmas bauble.
The female Philippine mouse deer has been born to parents Rita and Ramos.
A lemur from a species threatened with extinction has been born at Chester Zoo.
It's the first of its kind to be born there and zoo keepers are still unsure of its sex.
In the wild it's only found at a lake in Madagascar and its natural habitat is being destroyed. Only 2,500 are thought to remain there.
Curator of mammals, Tim Rowlands, said: "Both mum and dad are doing a great job of bringing up their new charge. Mum is super protective and dad is also pulling his weight - he occasionally helps to do some of the carrying.
"This is a critically endangered species. They face a very real threat of extinction in the wild and this is the first time the species has ever bred at Chester Zoo."