Poorly panda lies low at the zoo
One of the UK's two giant pandas has been removed from public show temporarily after suffering from colic.
Male panda Yang Guang, which means Sunshine, started feeling under the weather less than a month after he and female panda Tian Tian, or Sweetie, went on display at their new home at Edinburgh Zoo.
Zoo bosses said the bear's illness was not serious but can cause discomfort.
The eight-year-old animal, which started displaying symptoms within the last couple of days, is being kept away from public view as he tries to get better.
Visitors may not see much of him over the next few days but zoo officials said his condition will be monitored and he could be back on show soon if he makes a speedy recovery.
Iain Valentine, director of research and conservation at the zoo, said: "Yang Guang is not on show today as he has an episode of colic. It's not very serious but can cause some discomfort.
"He's on medication to relieve this and we're mainly keeping him relaxed and indoors, although we expect he'll go out sometimes to stretch his legs. These episodes can sometimes last up to a couple of weeks, so he may not always be on show over the next week or so.
"Alison, our panda team leader, and the veterinary department are keeping a close eye on him. Having discussed this with our colleagues in China, they reassure us this is not uncommon in pandas.
"Tian Tian is right as rain and remains on show daily."
Colic is a common condition that, in humans, affects around one in five babies of both sexes. Its cause is unknown.