Four lion cubs have been introduced to the world at Port Lympne in Kent as they gain strength ready for their debut outside.
The cubs were born on the 14th of June to Mum Oudrika and Dad, Adras.
It's the third time these loving parents have had cubs and they're said to be keeping a "watchful eye" over the adventurous youngsters.
They're currently living in an enclosure next to the reserve's Lion Lodge and Pinewood cabins.
The arrival of the four now means mum, Oudrika, is the proud mother of eight cubs. Her first litter, Khari, Binti and Kulinda still live with their parents at the reserve.
Port Lympne's Animal Director, Simon Jeffery, said:
"We are thrilled with these new arrivals. All the cubs are doing well, looking strong, and are venturing out into the enclosure. Their initial explorations of their new space will be a captivating sight for our visitors."