Altina Wildlife Park has welcomed some new stripes with two zebra foals being born.
"Proud mothers Askari and Sharni both have a foal each one being a girl and the other a boy," animal and operations manager Rebecca Surian said.
"Both gorgeous foals were only born days apart and are playing, running around, and eating extremely well."
The zebra foals aren't the only babies to be have been welcomed at Altina - there's an average of 250 babies born each year at the park.
A number of endangered species have welcomed babies including a maned wolf pup, two Mongolian wild horse foals, two ring tail lemurs, two marmoset monkeys four scimitar oryx calves and two critically endangered addax antelope calves.
There's also two water buffalo calves, two American bison calves, six Barbary sheep lambs one Texas long horn calf and two eland antelope calves.
"And still so many expecting mothers ranging from meerkats, deer and antelope species and even a giraffe," Mrs Surian said.
Bookings are essential to visit Altina Wildlife Park and conditions apply, phone 0412 060 342 for more information.