Rare fox cub triplets have been born at Drusillas Park Zoo in East Sussex. Here is one of them with its mother.
They are called fennec foxes and usually live in the Sahara desert in North Africa.
They may look like kittens but these cubs are actually members of the dog family.
And their oversized ears will grow up to 15cm long.
The cubs are rare because in the wild fennec foxes are threatened by hunting and the pet trade.
It's lunch time for the triplets! Zoo manager Sue Woodgate said: "I'm absolutely thrilled with the new arrivals."