Items from a zoo’s archive have been released to mark its 180th anniversary.
Bristol Zoo, which opened in 1836, has raided its archive to uncover films and photos.
They include footage of children being taken for rides on Asian elephant Rosie – a resident at the zoo from 1938 until her death in 1961.
The zoo said it believes many of the artifacts, which have been in storage for decades, have never been shown to the public before.
Among its most well-known animals was Rosie the Asian elephant – a resident at the Zoo from 1938 until her death in 1961. She was born in the wild in 1925 and arrived at the zoo from a circus
Bristol Zoo was the first UK zoo to hold and breed okapi, as well as being the first British zoo to breed from their gorillas and chimpanzees