London Zoo is open to the public again after an elephant trampled its keeper to death.
Jim Robson had worked with the elephants for 16 years but he was crushed in the enclosure when he tripped and fell.
The accident happened on Saturday when visitors were wandering around the area.
On Sunday, the zoo was closed as a mark of respect.
Staff at the zoo said there would be a full investigation into the tragedy but it was too soon to say what would happen to the elephant.
Mr Robson, 44, looked after the three female Asian elephants at the zoo, Dilberta, Mya and Layang-Layang.
He is the third zoo keeper in the UK to be crushed by an elephant in the past two years.