A mob of Australian red-necked wallabies have been born at Woburn Safari Park in Bedfordshire.
Arriving at the park in early March, the new faces reside in the large wooded Australian Walkabout enclosure in the Foot Safari.
Already on view to the public, the joeys can be seen busily exploring their new home and jumping in and out of their mothers’ pouches.
Woburn Safari Park is home to a large breeding group of more than 35 wallabies who roam freely with Greater rhea birds in their enclosure.
Often mistaken for kangaroos, red-necked wallabies are found in the wild along the east coast of Australia and the island of Tasmania.