- Watch Richard Slee's report below
Two former circus lions due to start their new life at the Isle of Wight Zoo face an uncertain future because of Brexit red tape.
5-year-old brothers Vigo and Kumba are currently being held at a rescue centre in Alicante in Spain.
They are due to be re-homed on the island but experts at the zoo are worried about changes to customs laws and an increase in costs.
The zoo already has two rescue lions, Casper and Frosty, so it says it knows exactly what to expect.
The trust has set up a fundraising page to get the two lions to the Isle of Wight and can be found here.