Two ostrich chicks are being hand-reared by animal park staff after being abandoned by their mother.
Six-week old Spick and Span are being cared for by keepers at Blair Drummond Safari Park near Stirling.
The unwanted speckled chicks were removed from their mother and father's enclosure where they will be returned when they are around four-months old.
In the meantime the baby ostriches are being fed on pellets and mealworms by park staff.
They are expected to grow to six or seven feet.
Manager Gary Gilmour said: "They've been named Spick and Span as they are always preening themselves and like to keep clean.
"Once they have built up and are a wee bit stronger they will go back in with their parents."