More Christmas cake for panda pair
The UK's only pair of giant pandas were treated to an extra helping of panda cake to celebrate their first Christmas in Scotland.
Tian Tian and Yang Guang - or Sunshine and Sweetie - have been getting used to their new home in Edinburgh Zoo since arriving from China on December 4.
Thousands have flocked to see the eight-year-olds since they went on display to the public for the first time last week.
On Christmas morning, zoo bosses dished out an extra portion of the special panda cake made from soya, corn, rice, egg and oil.
Yang Guang goes through 55kg of bamboo daily and Tian Tian around 30kg in total. They get four deliveries of fresh bamboo every day while also munching on carrots and panda cake as part of their specially-tailored balanced diet.
The zoo will be their home for the next 10 years and it is hoped that the breeding pair, the first pandas in the UK for 17 years, will produce cubs during their stay.
The animals' arrival from Ya'an reserve in Chengdu, China, is the result of five years of work to bring them to Scotland.
Edinburgh Zoo is now one of only 13 zoos in the world with pandas.