Marwell Zoo has started the decade by introducing a few new friendly faces, as it counts-up every single animal on site.
An endangered red panda and okapi calf - a type of giraffe - are among its new residents.
As part of its zoo licence, Marwell is currently undertaking a yearly census - accounting for all its resident mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates.
Marwell Zoo's Animal Collection Manager, Ross Brown said: "It's used to help manage the worldwide conservation breeding programmes for animals.
In 2019, a new mongoose species has been introduced to Marwell. This female BokiBoky is just over a year old. Photo credited to Marwell Zoo.
"We've had some fantastic breeding success last year, and we've been granted recommendations by the European Endangered Species Programme ... to breed some really exciting species moving forward, so bring on 2020!"
It’s time for the big animal count!— Marwell Wildlife (@Marwellwildlife) January 14, 2020
Each year, our amazing keepers undertake the mammoth task, tallying up every resident mammal, bird, reptile, amphibian, fish and invertebrate, from our popular Amur tigers and zebras to our very latest arrivals, a trio of long-nosed potoroos.🐯 pic.twitter.com/n7JiUVxYM4
Based in Colden Common near Winchester, the wildlife park hosts over 3,500 animals across more than 140 different species.
Last year, Rio Cauca Caecilians - a type of aquatic amphibian - were among the new species embraced to the Marwell collection.
Grevy's zebra foal - photo credited to Marwell Zoo.
The zoo was established in 1972.