A cute three-week-old tapir calf has been called Don by keepers at San Diego Zoo.
Keepers announced the name along with an adorable video of the spotted-and-striped youngster.
Posting on Facebook, the zoo said: “This charismatic boy has a name! Say hello to Don.”
Don is the first Baird’s tapir calf born at San Diego Zoo in 30 years, and has been winning visitors’ hearts since his birth was announced in June.
He is being hand-reared by staff because his mother, Luna, was unable to properly care for him.
“We’re thrilled with the arrival of this male and happy to provide him with optimal care, since mom wasn’t successful.”
Tapirs are an endangered species native to Mexico and Central America.