A short-sighted, somewhat clumsy anteater has been given her own minder at ZSL London Zoo.
Famed for her friendly disposition, 12-year-old Tammy enjoys ambling around the public walkways of her exhibit.
But as the zoo hosts a series of late night events, there were fears Tammy, who enjoys early morning and late night wanders, could be trampled by visitors.
Hence the tree-climbing anteater will be escorted as she meets and greets her fans during her evening walkabouts.
Keeper Caroline Westlake said: "To make sure she can go about her business exploring Rainforest Life, we're providing Tammy with her very own minder to gently guide her around our evening visitors.
"We're now keeping our fingers crossed that the A-list treatment won't result in any diva-like behaviour!"
Zoo Lates, which starts on Friday, sees thousands of post-work revellers descend on ZSL London Zoo for an adults-only Friday night out.