A really rare breed of curly coated pig is going to be bred for the first time ever at a zoo in Essex.
The black-coated one is male and he's called Buddy, and the other two are females. The white one is Porsche and the ginger one is Margot.
The three Mangalitza pigs arrived at the Tropical Wings zoo in South Woodham Ferrers just before Easter.
They look so much like sheep, that most people have no idea they're pigs until they get a close-up look at their faces and snouts!
Experts at the zoo reckon their woolly coat protects them from sunburn in the summer.
It's all part of a programme to make sure the breed doesn't disappear. It's thought Portia could be pregnant already.
One of the zoo workers said: "It looks like she may be. We'll have to wait to see if she gets any bigger, but fingers crossed it looks like she's pregnant."