Two giant pandas on loan to a Scottish zoo have been removed from display while being treated for colic.
Edinburgh Zoo officials say female panda Tian Tian was treated by a veterinarian for the illness on Saturday, just as her male companion Yang Guang is recovering from a bout diagnosed earlier this month.
Officials say the illness is not serious, but can cause discomfort and requires medication.
The zoo said Tian Tian would be allowed "to relax privately away from public view" over the weekend.
Yang Guang is expected to be back on view Monday.
The 8-year-old pair are the first pandas to live in Britain in nearly two decades. They arrived from China in December and are expected to draw huge crowds of visitors to the zoo.