A rare and endangered okapi calf has been born at a zoo in Hampshire.
Marwell Zoo welcomed the baby girl, who keepers have named Niari, into the world two weeks ago.
First-time mum, Daphne, and Niari are currently out of the public eye while the newborn settles during the nesting period.
- Video shows full birth of Niari
Okapis give birth to a single calf after a 14-month gestation period.
An okapi calf can be on its feet and suckling within half an hour of being born.
In the wild, the mother will leave her calf in a hiding place to nest, returning regularly to allow the calf to nurse.
Okapis are usually found in tropical rainforests in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.