Blink and you'll miss it... A tiny rare lizard has been born at Bristol Zoo Gardens.
The Henkel's leaf-tailed gecko is the fourth to be bred at the Zoo in the past year.
After three months incubating at room temperature, the tiny lizard hatched out of its egg which is just 1.5cm in diameter.
The gecko's natural habitat is in north and west Madagascar, in the wild they are classified as Vulnerable according to be International Union for Conservation of Nature.
The curator of reptiles and amphibians at Bristol Zoo welcomed the newest arrival.