An orphaned wallaby is using a drawstring bag at the end of her zookeeper's bed as a pouch to sleep in after her mother died.
Four-month-old Skye, who likes to eat dandelions, cucumber and bananas, loves the makeshift pouch, which is even lined with some of her mum's fur.
The young female marsupial goes to work every morning with keeper Donna Liversedge who provides the youngster with round the clock care.
Skye, who is being taught to get in and out of the bag independently, needs to be fed lactose-free cow's milk every four hours.
Pic: Skye inside his pouch, enjoying the outdoors.
Pic: Robert Nemeti/Solent News
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