The coronavirus outbreak has made many of us change our daily routines, but the animals at Bristol Zoo and Wild Place Project are happier than ever...
Staff are struggling to adjust to the lack of visitors, but the hundreds of species being looked after at the parks have been enjoying the sunshine.
Bristol Zoological Society closed both the zoo and Wild Place Project on Friday 20 March to help stop the spread of Covid-19.
Keepers, vets and other essential staff members are still working though, to ensure the animals are cared for.
Lynsey Bugg, Curator of Mammals at Bristol Zoo Gardens, said: "It's certainly very strange not having our visitors here, we only usually close on Christmas Day, so it's rather surreal."
Over at Wild Place Project the bears, lynx and wolverines have been "dozing in the sunshine", according to animal manager, Will Walker.
He said the giraffes and zebras have been out in the paddock, whilst geladas have been enjoying "picking at the fresh grass" that has started growing in their exhibit.
As the coronavirus lockdown continues, staff from Bristol Zoo and Wild Place Project will be keeping people regularly entertained and updated via social media with regular live videos and photos.