A group of anonymous knitters have donated woolly jumpers to help keep a group of newborn lambs snug and warm.
The miniature knits were donated to the Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park in Keynsham, Somerset.
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Park manager Doug Douglas said: "I received an anonymous package which included eight fantastic hand knitted perfectly sized lamb jackets."
Normally the newborn lambs are kitted out in practical - but not very stylish - plastic coats in order to keep them warm.
Doug added: "The main priority for lambs in the first few days, when they are at their most vulnerable, is survival.
"The plastic jackets that we put on them I admit are not great to look at but ultimately increase their survival by up to 50 per cent."
But now the new lambs can be both stylish and toasty thanks to the generous mystery knitters.