The Olympic torch was "saluted" by two elephants today on the sixth day of its tour of the UK.
The torch was transported on a Severn Valley Railway locomotive past their enclosure in the West Midland Safari Park on its journey from Bewdley to Kidderminster.
Five and fellow elephant Latabe, aged 20 and 19 respectively, have been practising for the event for the past two weeks when trains stopped alongside the park.
Local schoolchildren travelling on the train squealed with delight and waved from the windows.
In a star-studded day for the Olympic Torch, the flame was carried by the captain of the Starship Enterprise and sport personalities alike.
The cast and crew of EastEnders are carrying out the final touches for tonight's Olympic Torch episode.
The Olympic Torch soared to new heights when it was taken to the top of the London Eye.