The baby orang-utan has been named Kirana by zoo visitors
A Sumatran orang-utan baby which was born at Chester Zoo - the second in less than 12 months - has been named by visitors to the Cheshire zoo.
More than 3,000 people chose from six names, picking Kirana, which means 'beautiful ray of light', with Tuti running a close second.
The birth brings the number of Sumatran orang-utans at Chester to eight.
Kevin Buley, Head of Zoo Programmes, said her arrival had "helped brighten up the dreary winter months".
He added: "I am personally quite relieved that Tuti wasn't the chosen name as I would have had that Little Richard song Tutti Frutti going round in my head for the next 12 months."
Orang-utans give birth every six to eight years and Kirana is the second to be born at the zoo in less than a year with orang-utan Emma giving birth to Indah first.
Baby orang-utans are naturally small - tipping the scales at between 1.5 and 2 kgs.
The zoo also has five Bornean orang-utans, including Donna who recently arrived from Dvur Kralove Zoo in the Czech Republic.