She's just a few days old, but a baby elephant at Berlin's animal park has already appeared in front of the cameras.
The little Asian elephant doesn't yet have a name and keepers want to call her something that refers to her parents' native country of Burma.
She's not yet a week old, and is still a bit unsteady on her feet, but she's already posing for photos.
This baby elephant is the newest arrival at Berlin's animal park, the fourteenth pachyderm to be born there since 1998.
The director of Berlin's animal park and zoo says this was a very quick birth - and only took twelve minutes.
The keepers are still deciding on the baby's name:
Bernhard Blaskiewitz, Director of Berlin zoo and animal park, saying (German):
"We're looking for something that sounds Asian, as it's an Asian elephant. Both parents, mother and father, come from Burma. It's the mother's fourth baby and she's doing a great job bringing it up, there are no problems."
The baby's mother Kewa, is 25 years old.
For the time being, mother and daughter are spending time alone together, before returning to the rest of the herd.