eepers at a wildlife park have welcomed the delivery of a Mishmi takin calf.
Native to India Myanmar and China the Mishmi takin are classed as susceptible as their inhabitants is falling within the wild by attempting to find conventional medicines, habitat loss and competitors with different species.
The brand new arrival at Highland Wildlife Park at Kincraig was born to mom Chimi and father Jorge on March 22.
Employees on the park, which just lately reopened to guests from the Highland Council space, mentioned he will likely be named within the coming weeks.
Hoofstock keeper Debbie Barclay mentioned: “Our latest arrival is doing effectively to this point however the first few weeks are essential.
“He will likely be named after a Recreation Of Thrones character, in a convention we began seven years in the past as a result of numerous the keepers have been followers of the present. Up to now now we have named calves Mountain, Drogo and Arya.
“We’re all actually enthusiastic about our new arrival and it’s improbable to have the ability to welcome native guests to fulfill him too.”
Mishmi takin are one of many largest goat-antelope species on the planet and wildlife conservation charity the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, which runs the park, mentioned it’s believed that the legend of the golden fleece was impressed by the animal’s golden coat.