Penguins, meerkats, rhinoceros and reindeer all lined up for the annual weigh-in at Whipsnade Zoo.
The yearly check-up records the vital statistics of all creatures great and small at the attraction in Dunstable, Bedfordshire.
The vital statistics are recorded as a way of keeping track of the health and wellbeing of the 9,500 animals at the conservation zoo.
The animals’ weights and measurements are recorded in a database called the Zoological Information Management System.
It helps zookeepers around the world compare important information on thousands of endangered species.