Scary carved pumpkins have proved popular with meerkats at a safari park.
Keepers at Blair Drummond Safari Park near Stirling carved the Halloween treats for their animals, who used all their senses to investigate.
The meerkats were joined by red ruffed lemurs who celebrated World Lemur Day by tucking into some specially prepared pumpkin treats.
A spokesperson for the safari park said: “Taking place each year, World Lemur Day aims to raise awareness of lemur diversity and their critical conservation needs.
“Sadly, 98% of lemur species are currently threatened with extinction.”
Blair Drummond is home to more than 24 species on the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species, and its breeding programme aims to support the recovery of many animals.
Its efforts are proving to be a success.
Blair Drummond welcomed a red ruffed lemur baby from its established breeding pair earlier this year.
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